Winning Schools: Champs stats from 1910-2013

How much do you really know about Jamaica’s premier Schools Athletic Championship? Did you know that:

  1. Boys Champs begun in 1910 – Wolmers High School won
  2. Girls Champs begun in 1957 – St. Hilda’s High School won
  3. Boys Champs was held separately from Girls Champs
  4. In 1999, Boys and Girls Champs were merged into one event
  5. There was no Champs held in 1944 (Boys Champs), 1958, 1959 and 1960 (Girls Champs)

Here is our ranking of schools that have won over the years:
Boys and Girls Championship Infographic

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10 Responses to Winning Schools: Champs stats from 1910-2013

  1. Stephen says:

    Good infographic. Insightful.

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    • Thanks for visiting, hope you liked our page.

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  2. Dexter Blake says:

    Calabar 2012 and 2013

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  3. Its 12 now Edwin Allen

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  4. carelthomas says:

    Reblogged this on runnazja.

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  5. For many years I used to look forward to Jamaica boys and Girls track and field Championships…http://phillyyardyvibes.com/jamaica-high-school-boys-and-girls-arriving-soon/

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  6. Jimmy Sinclair says:

    Awesome arrangements of the data and visual representation provides a stimulating
    visual of the Competition between the great schools. Fervet Opis In Campis, let the College flourish! !

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    • Thanks Jimmy 🙂

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  7. Ed Jones says:

    Nice but you need to include 2014 and by the time you read this 2015!!!

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    • That is true Ed 🙂

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