Montserrat sending three athletes to LIME CARIFTA Games

GIU – Three of the island’s most talented athletes are heading to the LIME CARIFTA Games in Bermuda this week.

The team led by Winston Scotland leave this Wednesday for the games scheduled for April 7-9 in Hamilton, Bermuda.

Lester Ryan, who is making his third appearance at CARIFTA will be running in the 100m and 200m races along with newcomer Julius Morris, while Miguel Francis will compete in the 400m. Francis is the brother of former Montserratian athlete Kwame Galloway.

The athletic organization plans to take Montserrat athletes to several other competitions this year including the OECS Championships, Under 23 in Mexico, the Central America and Caribbean Games in San Salvador and the World Junior Championships in Spain.

Residents will be able to watch the three days of competition courtesy to LIME, the title sponsor on www.lime.com/carifta, while viewers outside the Caribbean can pay to watch the games daily or purchase the full weekend package.

 

During the stream fans will be able to tweet their comments about the games, and chat with friends using our interactive blog. In case they missed an event they can view it on our Video on Demand service for a nominal fee of $5.99 per day.

LIME says it will also co-opt the services of Terry Finisterre, LIME St. Lucia’s corporate communications executive and sports journalist to provide ongoing commentary for the duration of the Games.

The LIME CARIFTA Games is an annual athletics competition consisting of track and field events including sprint races, hurdles, middle distance track events, jumping and throwing events, and relays. The Games has two age categories: under-17 and under-20. Only countries associated with CARIFTA may compete.

LIME has been the lead sponsor for the Games for the past two years.

 

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GIU – Three of the island’s most talented athletes are heading to the LIME CARIFTA Games in Bermuda this week.

The team led by Winston Scotland leave this Wednesday for the games scheduled for April 7-9 in Hamilton, Bermuda.

Lester Ryan, who is making his third appearance at CARIFTA will be running in the 100m and 200m races along with newcomer Julius Morris, while Miguel Francis will compete in the 400m. Francis is the brother of former Montserratian athlete Kwame Galloway.

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The athletic organization plans to take Montserrat athletes to several other competitions this year including the OECS Championships, Under 23 in Mexico, the Central America and Caribbean Games in San Salvador and the World Junior Championships in Spain.

Residents will be able to watch the three days of competition courtesy to LIME, the title sponsor on www.lime.com/carifta, while viewers outside the Caribbean can pay to watch the games daily or purchase the full weekend package.

 

During the stream fans will be able to tweet their comments about the games, and chat with friends using our interactive blog. In case they missed an event they can view it on our Video on Demand service for a nominal fee of $5.99 per day.

LIME says it will also co-opt the services of Terry Finisterre, LIME St. Lucia’s corporate communications executive and sports journalist to provide ongoing commentary for the duration of the Games.

The LIME CARIFTA Games is an annual athletics competition consisting of track and field events including sprint races, hurdles, middle distance track events, jumping and throwing events, and relays. The Games has two age categories: under-17 and under-20. Only countries associated with CARIFTA may compete.

LIME has been the lead sponsor for the Games for the past two years.