Hits: 440 Created on 12 August 2016 Written by Michael Bascombe Category: SPORT
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KIRANI JAMES AND HARVEY GLANCE

It's time to execute the carefully planned season for Kirani James, the defending Olympic 400 metres champion.  Coach Harvey Glance is confident that James could translate that consistency this season into the Olympic Games.

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Hits: 355 Created on 12 August 2016 Written by GOC Category: SPORT
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MEET OUR OLYMPIANS

The Grenada Olympic Committee continues to feature the 2016 Olympians and today focuses on defending Olympic 400 metres champion Kirani James.

Kirani James
Bralon Taplin

Kanika Beckles

Oreoluwa Cherebin

Corey Ollivierre

 
Hits: 694 Created on 11 August 2016 Written by gaa p.r Category: SPORT
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TRACK ATHLETES START RIO 2016 CAMPAIGN ON FRIDAY

St. George -- Three of Grenada's five Track & Field athletes participating in Rio 2016 commence their campaign this week-end beginning Friday evening, 12 August 2016, at the Olympia Stadium, Rio de Janiero.

Read more: TAPLIN TO START IN HEAT 2
 
Hits: 402 Created on 07 August 2016 Written by Michael Bascombe Category: SPORT
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TEAM GRENADA IN VIDEOS AT OPENING CEREMONY

More videos and photos of Team Grenada at the Opening Ceremony of the Rio Olympic Games on Friday night and our two swimmers in competition on Saturday afternoon.

Oreoluwa Cherebin and Corey Ollivierre made their Olympic debuts when they competed in the 100 metres butterfly and breaststroke respectively.

They didn't advance to the next phase of competition.

Coming up...their interviews about the Olympic experience.

Follow the hashtags #GRN #TeamGrenada for complete coverage of Grenada at the Olympic Games.

https://youtu.be/5TYkzrQAGY8 

https://youtu.be/CPHc6jC1uQs 

https://youtu.be/9lYBw-h2x78 

https://youtu.be/6FzV_ymaR8Y 

 
Hits: 541 Created on 26 July 2016 Written by Kelliann Waldron Category: SPORT
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SAMS PARTNERS WITH JASON ROBERTS FOUNDATION FOR THE HOMELESS WORLD CUP FOOTBALL COMPETITION

St. George -- The Homeless World Cup (HWC) is a unique sporting opportunity and social movement, which gives homeless people a chance to become 'heroes' on the pitch, as they represent their country playing football matches against similar individuals and teams from all over the world. It also serves to inspire participants to change the course of their lives.

Read more: WAY TO GO, FELLAS.....
 

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