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Kineke Qualifies NCAA Outdoor Championship

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Vincentian-born University of Iowa's standout freshman Kineke Alexander qualified for the finals in the women's 400-meter dash on June 10 at the NCAA Outdoor Championships.
Alexander, a native of Glenside, Mesopotamia, was the only Hawkeye to compete. She ran a collegiate best 51.71 in her qualifying heat, which was fourth best out of the 16 competitors

Under 19 Rugby team preparing for World Cup Qualifier

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SVG's Under 19 Rugby Team is preparing for the Rugby World Cup Qualifier in Jamaica between 15-24th July.


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Queen’s Baton Relay commences Caribbean leg soon

Journey to Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games

The Queen’s Baton Relay will commence its Caribbean Journey on Friday 1st July 2005. The Baton began its epic journey from Buckingham Palace on 14th March 2005 and will visit every Commonwealth Games Association, country.

Already the baton has travelled through Europe, Africa and is currently heading for the Caribbean, Americas and then Asia. It will then head to Oceania before landing in the host nation, Australia, on 24th January 2006. Once in Australian soil the baton will travel more than 21 500kms using 45 different modes of transport – approximately 9700kms by road, 9300 by air, 1000 by sea and 1500 by rail. The baton will conclude its historical feat on 15th March 2006 when it arrives at the Melbourne Cricket Ground for the Opening Ceremony of the XVIII Commonwealth Games.


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Count down to Queen’s Baton Relay Arrival

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As the baton arrives in the Caribbean nation of Trinidad & Tobago, runners from Tobago head towards the Dwight Yorke Stadium for a celebration ceremony.

 

8 Days to Go!

With only 8 days to go before the Queen’s Baton Relay arrives in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, the list of local dignitaries and sports officials is growing. In addition to the Governor General, Sports Minister Mike Browne has also confirmed participation in the Relay.

There are also a number of outstanding sports personalities lined up to participate: Mr. Elton Anderson, Mr. Victor Peters and Mr. Maurice King are just a few.

The Melbourne 2006 Queen’s Baton is something special for everyone to experience.

It is a state-of –art electronic technology with design innovation. The exciting Global Positioning System mapping features on the relay interactive website enables million of people across the globe to follow the Baton’s epic journey.

West Indies Women’s Cricket 2005

23 players named for 2005 training squad

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Bequia Tournament Game Results

Results from the Seventh Annual Bequia Basketball Tournament at the Clive Tannis Hard Court in Bequia.

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Development of a National Coaching Structure

 

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Table Tennis Expert Coach Mr. Ahmed Dawlatly meets the press at Olympic House
 

 

SVGNOC to focus on the establishment of an appropriate coaching structure for Table Tennis

Current Sport Structure

Table Tennis is currently one of the fastest growing sports in St Vincent and the Grenadines where there is an abundance of talented youth.
Over the years the sport has experienced a roller coaster type of performance. Nonetheless, in the recent past a concerted effort has been made to systematically develop the sport. It is against this backdrop that the NOC has given consideration to the introduction of the current programme.


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Sunshine Basketball Academy first session concludes

 

 

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Participants in the program

 

Over twenty five youths participated in the first session of the Sunshine Basketball Academy  annual Basketball vocational program which concluded Friday August 12, 2005. 
 
The second session will commence on Monday 15th August at the Montrose Basketball Academy the second session will run for two weeks.

For more information contact:

Wayne Williams
PH# 784-430-0066

Junior Caribbean Table Tennis Championships - Barbados

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Photos of the St Vincent delegation at the Junior Caribbean Table Tennis
Championships held in Barbados from August 30 to September 5, 2005

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