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VI’s Adaejah T. Hodge blazes to 100M Gold @ CARIFTA Games

- Hodge clocked 11.29 seconds in the Final of U17 100m in Jamaica
Adaejah T. Hodge crosses the finish line unchallenged in the Girls U17 100m Final at the 49th CARIFTA Games in Jamaica on April 16, 2022. Photo: Facebook
Virgin Islands' sprinter Adaejah T. Hodge dominated the field to secure gold in the Girls U17 100m Final at the CARIFTA Games in Jamaica on April 16, 2022. Photo: BVIAA/Facebook
Virgin Islands' sprinter Adaejah T. Hodge dominated the field to secure gold in the Girls U17 100m Final at the CARIFTA Games in Jamaica on April 16, 2022. Photo: BVIAA/Facebook
KINGSTON, Jamaica- The [British] Virgin Islands has won its second gold medal at the 49th CARIFTA Games being held at the National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica.

Sprinter Adaejah T. Hodge dominated the field to secure gold in the Girls U17 100m Final on April 16, 2022.

Hodge clocked 11.29 seconds in her emphatic win, finishing just short of the CARIFTA record of 11.27 held by Briana Williams of Jamaica.

Second was Shatalya Dorsett of Bahamas in 11.80 while third was Theianna Lee Terrelonge of Jamaica in 11.87.

Hodge had placed herself as a top contender for gold when she ran 11.59 to qualify for the semi-finals with the fastest time.

2 gold medals & 1 bronze on Day 1

It was the second gold medal on the opening day for the British Virgin Islands as Savianna Joseph took gold in the Girls U17 Shot Put.

VI’s first medal was a bronze, secured by Jah’Kyla Morton in the U17 High Jump.

15 Responses to “VI’s Adaejah T. Hodge blazes to 100M Gold @ CARIFTA Games”

  • GA (17/04/2022, 01:10) Like (8) Dislike (0) Reply
    Congrats Kiddo
  • Dragon (17/04/2022, 02:28) Like (11) Dislike (0) Reply
    The hard work paying off. Team VI
  • Run young lady run (17/04/2022, 03:54) Like (12) Dislike (0) Reply
    Ms Hodge, you probably already knew it and perhaps, your parents and primary school coaches knew it as well. Your name is now out there and you are still so young. It's exciting just to think how far you can go and the rewards you may reap. We are so so proud of you and your fellow team members who are giving your all. Continue to do your best and we hope (hope) that you and your team-mates receive what you should when you return back to your respective homes. Carifta is world stage business and we should treat you athletes as such. Stay injury free and please give thanks to God when you all rise this morning to continue the battle for athletic and future success.
  • The Nation (17/04/2022, 04:29) Like (13) Dislike (0) Reply
    Amazing !! So proud!! Congrats young lady!!
  • I was watching. Feeling proud. (17/04/2022, 06:26) Like (13) Dislike (1) Reply
    She is quick. She is special..She is the Future of 100 Metre. .Stay Focus young lady...Be Aware of the Americans, Be very cautious, The Americans The athletes Their Doctors will do you things to bring you down. Do like the Jamaicans, stay away...Why when we on the world stage they have the BVI backwards like this "IVB". Why don't the BVI officials address this. It's "BVI". Also the young tall guy that ran the 100 metre I think he came 5th, he has potential, hope he stays focus and keep working . Congrats to all. Good Job.. Time for us to get real serious about sports and sport tourism. "it's the future, the way to go..
    • Keyser Soze (17/04/2022, 09:13) Like (11) Dislike (0) Reply
      IVB is the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Code of the British Virgin Islands. French is the first reference language of the IOC, then English and whatever the country's language after. So BVI is seen on the international stage as "Lless Vierges Britanniques (IVB)
  • 007 (17/04/2022, 06:48) Like (15) Dislike (0) Reply
    A Superb run from her as she nearly broke the record. Adeajah killed the competition with ease. Big Kudos to her
  • Citizen (17/04/2022, 07:30) Like (11) Dislike (0) Reply
    Congratulations young lady well done
  • Guy Hill Oly'84 (17/04/2022, 07:31) Like (13) Dislike (0) Reply
    Congratulations cuz. Always continúe to do and be your very best. Be Brave.
  • Pleased (17/04/2022, 07:57) Like (7) Dislike (0) Reply
    Great to see family’s at captain mulligans yesterday cheering on there friends and family’s and fellow BV islander’s
  • SP (17/04/2022, 08:11) Like (9) Dislike (0) Reply
    Congrats Adaejah and BVI
  • Jamaican/ Bvi (17/04/2022, 09:14) Like (7) Dislike (1) Reply
    Congrats to you miss Hodge straight out of Zon6 we stand large , toughts them say nothing good comes out of Purnell? This calls fora massive celebration when the girls and boys read back to the bvi .....let's go BVI
  • Real Simple (17/04/2022, 10:03) Like (8) Dislike (0) Reply
    At 15 she's run the 24th fastest time ever for an U18 girl at 100m. Future BRIGHT!
  • Uncle (17/04/2022, 20:22) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    Hon. Natalio Wheatley please have Ms. Hodge cheque ready when for her.
  • Norris Turnbull (18/04/2022, 08:04) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    She's from good stock. Grand dad Allen Hodge and cousin Guy Hill were speed demons back in the day. Her mom wasn't no slouch either. Congratulations


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