Abilene Wildcats’ Jonathan Farinha followed up his 100m triumph on Saturday, with an easy win in the boys’ Under-20 200m dash, on the closing day of NGC NAAA National Junior Track and Field Championships, at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo, yesterday.

Farinha was the only runner to clock under 21 seconds and the World Junior qualifying standard (21.20) in the 200m dash, with a 20,68 effort. His teammate Holland Cabara (20.68) and Alpha Athletics’ Micah Ballantyne (21.74) claimed silver and gold, respectively, but both were unable to secure qualifying standards for either the World Junior Championship in Athletics or the CAC Junior.

Meanwhile, favourite in Under-20 javelin, Shakeil Waithe won the event as expected with a 66.03m throw, ahead of Adrian Williams of St Kitts and Nevis (61.76m).

The Rebirth athlete, however, could not meet the World Junior standard (68.50m), but was well ahead of the 58m CAC Junior qualifying standard.

In a (2.5s) wind assisted finish, Zakiya Denoon, Kayelle Clarke and Aaliyah Telesford, turned up to take gold, silver and bronze, respectively, in the girls’ Under-20 200m final.

Denoon also doubled up from her 100m exploits a day prior, where the won in a World Junior qualifying time of 11.41 seconds. Telesford and Clarke also claimed World Juniors qualifying times a day prior with second and third placed finishes in the 100m final.