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Jamaican fighters bag 5 medals on opening day of ITF World Cup

Jamaican fighters got off to a great start at the fifth International Tae Kwon do Federation (ITF) World Cup at the Montego Bay Convention Centre in Rose Hall, St James, yesterday, bagging a record five medals, two gold, two silver, and a bronze in individual sparring competition. Teenagers Chavaughn Wilkins of Kingston and Jahsiah McLean of Mandeville both won gold medals, Tye McKay won silver, while Jomo Godfrey of Montego Bay won a bronze medal in the pre-Juniors coloured belt section. Forty-two-year-old David Hall, who is making a return to the event, also won a silver medal in the men&;s black belt 68-kilo category. The five medals easily surpassed the two won in Brighton, England, two years ago, and a pleased Arthur Burrowes, president of the Jamaica Tae kwon do Federation said they were expecting more as the week progresses.