Allison Beckford

Allison Beckford
Medal record
Athletics
Representing  Jamaica
CAC Junior Championships (U20)
Gold medal - first place1998 George Town4x400 m relay
Bronze medal - third place1998 George Town400 m hurdles
CARIFTA Games
Junior (U20)
Gold medal - first place1998 Port of Spain400m hurdles
Bronze medal - third place1998 Port of Spain400m

Biography

Allison J. Beckford (given birth to 8 Might 1979 in Westmoreland) is usually a Jamaican. She went to Manning’s Senior high school in Savanna-La-Mar, Westmoreland Jamaica. Where she was among the celebrity sports athletes coached by Howard Daugharty. She was also academically astute moving many CXC (Caribbean Exam Council) exams and in addition A-levels examinations after completing her top six forms education. sprinter contending in the 400 metres. Her personal greatest of 50.83 was occur 2002. She’s also competed in 400 m hurdles Beckford was an integral part of the Jamaican group that won the bronze medal in the 4 x 400 metres relay in the 2003 Globe Championships in Athletics. She had not been chosen for the bronze-winning relay group in the 2004 Summer time Olympics. She do compete in the 400 metre competition, but experienced a serious hamstring injury. Beckford is a member of family of very long jumper Wayne Beckford. She went to Rice University or college in Houston Tx.

Achievements

Year Competition Location Position Event Records Representing  Jamaica 1998 Globe Junior Championships Annecy, France 2nd 400m hurdles 57.19 1st 4

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