Weir headlines star athletes at Camperdown ClassicTHE organisers of the Camperdown Classic are anticipating a great showing at this year's 10th staging of the development meet, which was officially launched at the Spanish Court Hotel yesterday.
Thursday, January 30, 2014
Wolmer's, Camperdown Top Howard Jackson RelaysRaymond Graham, Gleaner Writer
Camperdown High boys were crowned the top female and male teams and walked away with a cash incentive of $30,000 each.
Brandon RobinsonCamperdown's Brandon Robinson on his way to victory in heat 6 of the Class II 200m at the Douglas Forrest Meet last Saturday at the National Stadium. Robinson won in 22.95 second which was the third-fastest overall.
MILLS HOUSEThe new house "Mills" is named in honour of Camperdown Past Student, World Class Coach Glen Mills. This house comprises 90% of the Grade 7 students and all other new students. The colour of Mills House is light blue
“Green Lightning” Struck Again!The old adage says that lightning does not strike in the same place twice. But Sangster House (The Green House) demolished this age old belief, when its valiant athletes pooled their time, talent and resources to maintain their dominant position as ‘Champion House’ on Thursday, December 12, 2013.