Team Athletics St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Executive and Contact Info

President : Keith Joseph

Phone: (784) 457-2970

Executive Committee
  • Mr Keith Joseph – President
  • Mr Leroy Llewellyn – Vice President
  • Mrs Keisha Constance – General Secretary
  • Mr Tyrone James – Ass’t General Secretary/Treasurer
  • Ms Jacintha Ballantyne – Treasurer
  • Mr Rawlson Morgan – Games Secretary
  • Mr Courtny Bascombe – Athletes’ Representative
  • Mrs Vernette McDowall – Committee Member
  • Mr Cornel Cambridge – Committee Member
  • Ms Rosmund Griffith – Technical Director

TSSS Penn Relays 2017 Athletes’ Profiles

TSSS Penn Relays 2017 Athletes’ Profiles

The Thomas Saunders Secondary School is located at Richmond Hill, in the heart of capital Kingstown, St. Vincent and the Grenadines. It was founded in 2005 as an initiative by the Government to introduce universal Secondary education. The school is housed on the renovated premise that formerly housed the Richmond Hill Primary School.

Good sporting week for SVG

Good sporting week for SVG

The past week proved to be a very good one for sport in St Vincent and the Grenadines and reflects the immense potential of our athletes. The challenge may well be for the necessary work to be undertaken to realise the full potential resident here.


Windwards U-19 Cricket

For those at home the Windward Islands U-19 Cricket tournament as the main sporting attraction. It was a treat to have St Vincent and the Grenadines pull through in the end to cop the title once again.

Are athletes being asked for too much?

Inter-Sec Heats AVSC Mar 18 2010 431The annual Inter Primary Schools Athletics Championships (IPSAC) and the Inter Secondary Schools Championships (ISSAC) are upon us. The Heats for both events have already taken place. With the nation’s premier track and field facility at Arnos Vale being occupied in preparation for Cricket and then the FIFA World Cup second round preliminaries, the athletes have to find alternative places to adequately prepare themselves.

International Athletics now facing the heat

32334958It was bound to happen sooner or later. The world of track and field athletics was, at some point, sure to become the focus of global attention in respect of the way in which it treated athletes who, by their actions, threatened to bring the sport into disrepute.

For much of the past few years attention in sport has been distracted to the startling revelations of cyclist, Lance Armstrong, once considered the doyen of international sport enthusiasts.