Hits: 211 Created on 30 August 2016 Written by George Category: SPORT
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DIGICEL NBA JUMPSTART CLINICS HEAD TO THE BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS AND GRENADA

Bermuda -- With the Digicel NBA Jumpstart Clinics off to a great start, here are the thoughts of NBA's Senior Director of Basketball Operations, the head coach of the Rio Grande Valley Vipers and the Minister of Sport in Bermuda, about the talent displayed by the young boys and girls in the first two days of the Clinics.

Read more: NBA COACHES IMPRESSED
 
Hits: 246 Created on 26 August 2016 Written by Keiron Stewart Category: SPORT
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DIGICEL AND NBA TO BRING JUMPSTART BASKETBALL CLINICS TO THE CARIBBEAN FOR SECOND STRAIGHT YEAR

CASTRIES – Digicel and the National Basketball Association (NBA) announced today that Digicel NBA Jumpstart Basketball Clinics will return to the Caribbean for the second consecutive year.  The clinics, which tip off in Bermuda on Aug. 26, will bring together more than 500 boys, local coaches and for the first time girls, from nine Caribbean countries.  At the conclusion of the clinics, the top seven players in each market will be selected to attend the Digicel NBA Jumpstart Elite Camp in the British Virgin Islands on Oct. 7 – 9, 2016.

Read more: A GREAT OPPORTUNITY
 
Hits: 257 Created on 24 August 2016 Written by George Category: SPORT
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GRENADA SAILING WEEK COMING SOON

St. George -- The next edition of the Island Water World Grenada Sailing Week has been set to run from January 30 to February 4. The week-long event will begin at the Grenada Yacht Club on Monday with a skippers briefing and will include four days of racing.

Read more: THEY'RE GETTING READY....
 
Hits: 254 Created on 23 August 2016 Written by Michael Bascombe Category: SPORT
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CONRAD FRANCIS' INTERVIEW

Chef de Mission of Team Grenada for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Conrad Francis has described as one of the better performances of Grenada since the island started participation in the Olympic Games in 1984. He said the overall performances of the athletes surpassed the 2012 Games, even though Grenada won a gold medal in London.

 
Hits: 270 Created on 22 August 2016 Written by Rae Roberts Category: SPORT
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THE KIRANI JAMES STADIUM

The naming of our national athletic stadium in honour of Grenada's first ever Olympic goal medallist Kirani James is overpoweringly deserving and undoubtedly long overdue. His name ought to be vividly displayed in the brightest colors on this iconic structure donated to Grenada by the Government and People of China and will unquestionably inspire this generation of young people and many others in their pursuit of excellence in sport and other endeavours.

Read more: A DESERVING HONOR:
 

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