First Lady of Sports,Gloria Ballantyne carrying the Queen’s Baton

First Lady of Sports,Gloria Ballantyne carrying the Queen’s Baton GLORIA BALLANTYNE MBE Gloria Ballantyne, a former St. Vincent and the Grenadines national player, in 1976 assumed headship of the local Netball Association, a post she held to 1980, but returned in 1982, until she retired in 2004. Her contribution has not been restricted to Netball. […]

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St Vincent and the Grenadines have won 32 medals since CARIFTA began in 1972

St Vincent and the Grenadines have won 32 medals since CARIFTA began in 1972. They’ve won 6 Golds, 11 Silver and 15 Bronze. Here’s a list of all the medals we’ve won 1972 Girl’s U-20 4x100m (3rd) Bronze 1973 Jacintha Ballantyne – Girl’s U-17 – 100m (2nd) Silver John Cato – Boy’s U-20 – Javelin […]

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Vincentian Shantal Rouse teamed up to run national leading times at the Florida Relays

Vincentian Shantal Rouse teamed up with Nyeira Gordon, Jeanne-Marie Johnson and Tanisha Witter to run national leading times at the Florida Relays. They ran a record time for their school Kingsborough Community College in the 4x100m at a time of 48.14FAT. They then return to post a time of 3:56.42 in the 4x400m, fastest time […]

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12 Athletes were qualified for the CARIFTA GAMES 2018

12 Athletes were qualified for the CARIFTA GAMES 2018, Javon Rawlings had to pull out through injury but 11 went. 2018 National Carifta team: Krystal Foster Daria Matthias Zita Vincent Ulanda Lewis Tamara Woodley Desroy Jordan Handal Roban Annicia Richards Uroy Ryan Yonnick Murray Jevonie Lavia. Rawlson Morgan (coach) We the people of St Vincent […]

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Vincentian Zenron Chance fresh of his CUNY Track & Field 400m championship

Vincentian Zenron Chance fresh of his CUNY Track & Field 400m championship teamed up with Theodore Weststarr, Tyrese Boyce-Marcelle and Carlens Duval to run the fastest time in the country for DIII Junior Colleges in the 4x400m. They ran a time.of 3:20.38FAT. They then returned to the track to post a National Leading Time of […]

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Vincentian Quartet came 3rd in girls U-20 4x400meters

The quartet of Tamara Woodley, Shafiqua Maloney, Annnicea Richards and Zita Vincent came 3rd in the Girl’s U-20 4x400m. They eventually secured Silver as winners Jamaica were disqualified giving Bahamas 1st and St Vincent. Congrats girls we’re proud of you for representing our nation to the fullest SOURCE: Xavio 784 Sports Facebook Page

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