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Athlete Dion Ellyatt, selected for the Special Olympics World Games and swimming in the Special Olympics Barbados National Games Aquatics Meet, gives a big smile and a big thumbs-up for victory.
Special Olympics athletes will make a big splash this Tuesday, when they gather at the Aquatic Centre in Wildey for the Special Olympics Barbados National Games Aquatics Meet.
Regional Champions Jeffrey Panton, who has won his home event Rally Jamaica a record eight times, John Powell, the four-time winner of Rally Trinidad, and Kyle Gregg, who won Rally Jamaica last year, have confirmed their entries for Sol Rally Barbados 2015, boosting the four-wheel-drive entry to 21, with others still in the pipeline.
Digicel yesterday officially launched the 2015 Digicel Kickstart Clinics which will see the region’s top youth footballers from across nine different countries being put through their paces by coaches from the Chelsea FC Foundation.
By Kurtis Hinds
Hosts Barbados were held to a 2 all draw by St. Vincent and the Grenadines, during their international friendly football game at the National Stadium on Sunday night.
Dave Cameron has been re-elected WICB president for a second term, till 2017, after the Jamaican defeated his sole challenger, former West Indies fast bowler Joel Garner, with a convincing 8 votes to 4 margin.
By E. Glenford Prescott
Minister of Sports Cecil “Ces” McKie, left, FIFA presidential candidate Prince Ali bin al-Hussein, second right and other officials. (Photo: E. Glenford Prescott)
St. Vincent and the Grenadines can look forward to receiving more benefits from world football governing body, FIFA if presidential candidate Prince Ali bin al-Hussein succeed in unseating current office holder, Joseph “Sepp” Blatter.