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It was Keith Gardner but he failed to get through the first round leaving Jamaica with no medals.At the 1958 British Empire and Commonwealth Games, Jamaica won a record haul of 4 golds, 2 silvers and 1 bronze.
For the 1960 Olympics, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago and Barbados entered a joint team known as the British West Indies Federation (BWI).
One in the men's 440 yards from George Kerr and one from the men's 4 × 440 yards relay of Kerr, Laurie Khan, Malcolm Spence and Mel Spence.
Kerr then followed up with silver in the 880 yards.
Carmen Smith and Una Morris became Jamaica's first major female athletics medalists by winning a silver and bronzes respectively.
The Jamaican Men’s 4x110yards team of Lynnsworth Headley, Mike Fray, Pablo Mc Neill and Wellesley Clayton also got silver and there were another three bronzes won by the team on the track.
Joseph Mackenzie won a silver medal in the high jump with a jump of 1.75 m.
In 1934 Jamaica entered their first ever team into the British Empire Games (now known as the Commonwealth Games) the team won a silver in swimming and Bernard Leopold Prendergast won a bronze in the discus throw with a throw of 40.23 m. The first part of the forties was interrupted by the Second World War.At the 1954 British Empire and Commonwealth Games, Jamaica won one gold courtesy of Keith Gardner in the 120 yard hurdles.Jamaica sent one sole competitor to the 1956 Olympics in Melbourne.Together these four made up the gold medal winning 4x400 m relay team becoming the only team other than the Americans to hold a 4x400 m world record by running .9 in the final.George Rhoden led a Jamaican one-two with Herb Mckenley in the (individual) 400 m and Mckenley won his second silver in the closest 100 m in Olympic history. Jamaica finished a remarkable 13th in the medal table ahead of the likes of Japan, Great Britain and Canada.At the 1968 Olympics, Lennox Miller won a silver medal behind record breaking Jim Hines in the 100 m and the Jamaican 4x100 m relay team was a huge gold medal prospect as they had the 100 m silver medalist Lennox Miller, they smashed the world record in the heats but Errol Stewart, Mike Fray, Clifton Forbes and Lennox Miller could only manage fourth place in the final and looked on as the Americans broke the world record they had set only a day before. In 1970, Jamaica equalled its 1958 record haul in the 1970 British Commonwealth Games of 4 golds 2 silvers and a bronze.