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SVG Team for Commonwealth Games Scotland

glasgow2014.pngThe St Vincent and the Grenadines Commonwealth Games Association will participate in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, during the period 23 July to 4 August.

The team will participate in Athletics, Swimming, Cycling, Table Tennis and Squash.

Chef de Mission

Jacintha Ballantyne

General Team Manager

Stephen Joachim

Manager Athletics

Tyrone James

Coach Athletics

Chester Morgan

Athletics Athletes

Kineke Alexander


Courtney Williams


Courtny Bascombe


Brandon Valentine-Parris


Josh Hamilton


Reuberth Boyde


Delohnni Nicol-Samuel


Kimorie Shearman

Swimming Official

Kim Halbich

Swimming Athletes

Adora Lawrence


Issy Shne Joachim


Storm Gooding


Nikolas Sylvester


Dillon Gooding


Storm Halbich


Kyle Dougan

Cycling Official

Emmerson Holder

Cycling Athletes

Cammie Adams


Hansel Orano Andrews

Table Tennis Official

Orville Haslam

Table Tennis Athletes

Romano Spencer


Kavir Gaymes jr


Javier De Shong


Shenica Unica Velox


Sean Stanley


James Bentick


Jason Doyle


Othniel Bailey


Kevin Hannaway


Jules Snagg

St Vincent and the Grenadines first participated in the Commonwealth Games, then called Empire Games, in 1958, in Cardiff Wales. Elton Anderson, who contested the 100yds and 200yds respectively, is the lone survivor of the team to Cardiff. The other members were Godfrey Roberts who compete din the Long and High Jump and Sap Coombs, the Manager.

In 1970, we won our first medal at these Games when in 1970, in Edinburgh, Scotland; George Manners copped bronze in the Weightlifting (90Kg Combined).

Four years later, 1974, Frankie Lucas of New Montrose, won a gold medal by the knockout route in Boxing in Christchurch, New Zealand (75Kg). It took another 20 years before St Vincent and the Grenadines mounted the top spot on the podium when Natasha Mayers won the 100m in controversial circumstances in Delhi, India.