Among the greats at 16

Aiming to join the team representing Jamaica in the Olympic Games in August, Christopher Taylor, the new Jamaican young prodigy of the 400 meters, wants to compete with those he calls the “Big Boys,” in the National Senior Championships at the end of the month. Taylor, who will turn 17 in October, will possibly be next to the top Jamaican quarter milers in the contest. “His participation was a last-minute surprise that will provide make the track much more exciting,” said Glen Mills, who is part of the committee organizing the event.

Christopher is that good. So much, that last year he won the IAAF’s ( International Association of Athletics Federations) World U18 Championship, clocking 45.27 seconds, a record that makes him the fastest young man in his category ever.

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Solo Caribe

During the past 22 years Yndiana Montes has worked in numerous activities, including participation in trade fairs, conferences, media and regional tourism companies in order to make known to all of South America and Brazil, natural beauty and good practices the different actors in the Caribbean tourism industry. Sustainability actions of governments, communities, institutions and organizations are outlined here in, a media outlet serving the tourism industry, which for many years has been a pioneer in spreading throughout Latin America, Brazil and the Caribbean Likewise, the positive actions that take place in the region and promote sustainable development practices.