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Judah Corriette (born 03 January 1997) is a Dominican middle-distance runner, who competes internationally for Dominica. He represented Dominica in a multitude of regional and international tournaments, including the 2014 Commonwealth Games, 2013-2014 Carifta Games, and the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States(OECS) Track and Field Championships. To present day Corriette remains the national 800m record holder in the under 17 category with a time of 1:58.59. He now has an outdoor best time of 1:54.46 over that distance.
Corriette competed for the University Of Maryland Eastern Shore Hawks and the Essex County College Wolverines during his athletic career in the United States. The highlight of Corriette's career saw him capture a gold medal for the University Of Maryland Eastern Shore Hawks in the men's javelin at the 2018 Mid-Eastern Athletic Association(MEAC) Track and Field Championships. His other notable performances are a second-place finish in the Men's Distance Medley Relay(DMR) at the 2018 MEAC Indoor Track and Field Championships a 1 X All-American at the 2017 National Junior Collegiate Association (NJCAA) Track and Field Championships and a 4th-place finish in the Men's 800m final at the 2014 Carifta Games
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