Gamali Felix

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Gamali Felix
File:Gamali Felix at Carifta.png
Personal information
Born (1999-03-17) 17 March 1999 (age 23)
St. George's, Grenada
Country Grenada
Event(s)Long Jump
Triple Jump
ClubSouth City Rising Stars(S.C.R.S)
Coached byKevon James
Achievements and titles
Personal best(s)Long Jump: 7.26m,
Triple Jump 14.91m
400m 48.94

Gamali Felix (born 17 March 1999) is a Grenadian athlete who competes primarily in the Long Jump and Triple Jump. While attending the Grenada Boys Secondary School he became the under 16 boys Record holder in the Long Jump as well as the under 18 boys Record holder in the Triple Jump. He secured a Silver medal representing Grenada at the 2016 Carifta games with a jump of 14.55m.[1]

In 2017 Gamali was able to set a new school record in the senior boys 400m with a time of 49.44s thus erasing the old mark of 50.30s set by Anthony Modeste in 1993. This was Gamali's first year competing in the event. At the National Junior Championships of the same year Felix was able to extend his personal best distance in the Triple Jump with a jump of 14.87m.

Competition record[edit]

Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
Representing  Grenada
2016 Carifta Games St. George's, Grenada 13th Long Jump 6.29m[2]
2nd Triple Jump 14.55m[3]
2017 Carifta Games Willemstad, Curacao 5th Long Jump 7.10m[4]
5th Triple Jump 14.61m[5]
DNS 4 x 400m Relay N/A[6]


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