SVGNOC Update #14 July 12, 2019

SVGNOC Update #14 July 12, 2019

SVGOC-CGA Update 12 July 2019

SVGOC Hosts CANOC CCCP Review
The SVGOC-CGA will play host to the latest review of the CANOC Caribbean Coaches’ Certification Programme (CCCP) during the period 12 – 13 July 2019. This activity takes place at Olympic House, headquarters of the SVGOC.
Participants are:
Dave Farmer – CCCP Regional Coordinator (Barbados)
Anthony Marcano – TTO
Chester

“Rugby Camp Kicks Off”

“Rugby Camp Kicks Off”

16th July 2019

“Rugby Camp Kicks off”

The SVG Rugby Union has kicked off its annual summer camp this week, at their new field “Streams of Power Ratho Mill Playing Field”, where they will be hosting various camps partnering with different organizations. The first week started with Kiddies Korner, where 25 children will take part in the week of activities.

SVG Rugby Press Release

SVG Rugby Press Release

PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, 1st July 2019

“SVG Rugby Moves to New Field”

The SVG Rugby Union has recently moved to a brand new home after leasing a new field. The Union has relocated to The Streams of Power Ratho Mill Playing Field, where it will be based for the foreseeable future.

The move allows the Union much more

Ulanda Lewis leads record-breaking Schools’ Championships 2018

Ulanda Lewis leads record-breaking Schools’ Championships 2018

Two years ago Santa Cruickshank, a teacher of the Buccament Government School who has been an indefatigable worker in the field of sport and physical activity, brought to the annual Inter Primary Schools’ Athletics Championships (IPSAC) a little girl by the name of Ulanda Lewis. Unknown until then, Ulanda emerged from the competition as the most outstanding female athlete.

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What is government’s policy on sport?

What is government’s policy on sport?

There remains much consternation as to whether the current government in St Vincent and the Grenadines has a clear policy on sport. While there exists a national sport policy in the country, endorsed by the government, there is no real evidence that beyond the waiver of duty on sporting equipment, little else in the current document is adhered to.
The

IPSAC AND ISSAC 2018 – Excitement Galore

IPSAC AND ISSAC 2018 – Excitement Galore

On Wednesday of this week St Vincent and the Grenadines observed National Heroes Day. Whilst we continue to engage in discussions about who should join Paramount Chief, Joseph Chatoyer, as a national hero, our young people at schools across the nation are in high spirits, attempting to become heroes in their own right, even if only for a brief period.

Athletes: their care and careers

Athletes: their care and careers

Many individuals give themselves over to a life in sport. From very early, they are involved in training with a view to learning the requisite skills, train consistently and compete in local, regional and international competitions, representing their respective countries.

Often, athletes make a career out of their involvement in sport.

The practice of sport is a most challenging undertaking