Matthews seventh in bowling

  • Tyler Christopher (Photograph by Akil Simmons)

    Tyler Christopher (Photograph by Akil Simmons)


Damien Matthews finished seventh in the individual men’s bowling with a score of 1,368. David Maycock was thirteenth, with 1,318, Levinc Samuels 34 with 1,245, Rickai Binns 43rd, with 1,191, Lamar Richardson 47th, with 1,177, and Duane Talbot 59th, with 1,021.

Oscar Rodriguez, of Colombia, won gold, with 1,451, Francisco Valiente, of Puerto Rico, silver with 1,426 and Ildemaro Ruiz bronze, with 1,403.

Show jumper Ki-Juan Minors finished 26th and 29th respectively in the two rounds of the second qualifiers.

He finished with 28 penalty points in round one and 36 in round two. He will take part in the second horse inspection today.

Boxer Tyler Christopher lost his middleweight quarter-final on points to Luis Rodriguez Fernandez, of Puerto Rico.

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Published Jul 28, 2018 at 8:00 am (Updated Jul 28, 2018 at 1:41 am)

Matthews seventh in bowling

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