Tiffany James won Jamaica’s first gold medal in the girls 400-metres in the 30 year history of the World Junior Championship in Poland today.

James won in a world leading 51.32 seconds.

He compatriot, Junelle Bromfield, finished third in 52.05 seconds.

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Nigel Ellis posted 20.78 seconds to advance to the finals of the boy’s 200-metres.

Ellis says he is looking to add to the medal chart for Jamaica.

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Shannon Kalawan posted 57.62 second to qualify for tomorrow’s final of the girls 400- metres hurdles.

Kalawan says shell be hunting a podium finish.

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