St. Vincent and the Grenadines Special Olympics Team returned home this morning with 22 medals won at the just concluded Special Olympic World Games which ended at the weekend in Los Angeles, California United States. The Team won four Golds, twelve Silvers and six Bronze. Head of the delegation and National Director, Janice McMaster-O’Loughlin said… Continue Reading →
Ministry of Housing beat Ministry of National Mobilisation by one run in the 10-overs Softball Cricket segment of the 2015 Inter-Ministerial Sports and Games Championships at the Arnos Vale Sports Complex on Wednesday. The scores: Ministry of National Mobilisation 33, Ministry of Housing 34. Ministry of National Mobilisation defeated Ministry of Finance by six runs…. Continue Reading →
A three-member and a coach will leave here today to participate in the 2014 Central American and Caribbean Men’s Squash Championship in Mexico from 18th November to The team is Jules Snagg, Kevin Hannaway and Othneil Kevin-Bailey. James Bentick is the team’s manager and coach.
The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Digicel/Bank of St. Vincent and the Grenadines Special Olympics team to the 2015 14th World Games in Atlanta United States was launched yesterday at the Frenches House here in Kingstown. The Games are scheduled for June 2015 and will see over 7, 000 Athletes taking part. Director of the… Continue Reading →
Vincentian, Othneil Bailey lost to Rodrigo Pezzota of Argentina 11-6, 11-8, 11-5 in round 128 at the weekend in the Pan American Sports Festival Squash Tournament in Mexico. Meanwhile, in round 64, Kevin Hannaway defeated Jason-Ray Khalil of Guyana 11-5, 11-5, 11-4 and Jules Snagg went under to Jose Enriquez of Guatemala 11-5, 13-11, 14-12…. Continue Reading →
A seven‐member Men’s Beach Volleyball, Athletics and Swimming team left here this week to represent St. Vincent and the Grenadines at the 2nd Youth Olympic Games scheduled to commence on Saturday in China. The team comprises: Male Beach Volleyball-Rodell Fraser and Delshun Welcome Athletics‐Deslorn Lawrence Swimming‐Adora Lawrence. Swim Coach‐Kyle Dougan Chaperone Rosmund Griffith Chief of… Continue Reading →
Courtney Williams placed 5th in Heat (3) of the Men’s 200-metres in 21.94 seconds yesterday in the Track and Field Competition of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland but could not secure a birth in the semi-finals. Kimorie Shearman finished 6th in Heat (9) in 21.85 seconds and Reuberth Boyde 8th in Heat (2) in… Continue Reading →