Jefferson Davis

Jefferson Davis, a Paralympian who has a very enviable history of successes and achievements as an athlete and national representative of Jamaica.

It all began in 1975 in training for the 1976 Para Olympics with the Jamaica Paraplegic Association, the predecessor of Jamaica Paralympic Association, and thereafter history records a glorious trail of accomplishments in international competition.

1978

Pan American Wheelchair Games
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,
Gold, Javelin
Silver, Shot Putt

1980

Olympics for the Disabled
Arnhem, Holland
Gold, Javelin (World Record)

1982

Pan American Wheelchair Games
Halifax, Canada
Gold, Javelin (World Record)
Discus, Silver

1983

Pan American Wheelchair Games
Caracas Venezuela
Shot Putt, Bronze

1985

Stoke Mandeville International Games, England
Pentathlon, Gold

1986

Stoke Mandeville International Games, England
Javelin, Gold
Discus, Gold
Shot Putt, Gold
Pentathlon, Gold

1987

Stoke Mandeville International Games, England
Javelin, Gold
Discus, Silver
Shot Putt, Bronze

1987

Pan American Wheelchair Games
Javelin, Gold
Discus, Silver
Shot Putt, Bronze

1988

Paralympic Games
Seoul, South Korea
Javelin, Silver

1992

Paralympic Games – Barcelona, Spain
Javelin, Bronze

1999

Pan American Wheelchair Games
Javelin, Gold
Discus, Silver
Shot Putt, Bronze

After a very decorated career, Jeff now imparts a wealth of knowledge and experience as a coach to the present generation of paralympic athletes who he motivates and inspires to excellence.

Jefferson Davis, a Paralympian with vision and on a mission.

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