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 […]

Are athletes being asked for too much?

The 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 […]

International Athletics now facing the heat

It 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 […]

Olympic Week plans laid

The St Vincent and the Grenadines Olympic Committee has announced plans for the observance of Olympic Week 2015.

XCEED Takes National Championships Title 2015

XCEED Athletics Club, led by coach Godfrey ‘Fuzzy’ Harry, captured its second consecutive TASVG National Championships title when the curtains came down on the event at a heavy Arnos Vale track on Sunday 31 May.

More professionalism needed

On Saturday last Team Athletics St Vincent and the Grenadines held its Annual Awards Ceremony at Frenches House, Kingstown. On yet another occasion the invitations clearly stated that the dress code was formal.

Back, back and further back

The athletics season is in full swing. Over the past several months the numerous primary and secondary schools spread across this beautiful nation of ours have been engaged in the conduct of their annual athletics competition.

Bowling Out AIDS in SVG

Canadian expert, Colin Higgs, who, several years ago assisted the National Olympic Committee in establishing the country’s National Sport Policy, was in the State again on Wednesday 12 and Thursday 13 February respectively.

Vincentians benefit from Grenadian Throws Coach

Vincentian athletes and coaches are currently beneficiaries of the expertise of Grenadian Throws Coach, Paul Phillip.

Phillip is in St Vincent and the Grenadines on the invitation Team Athletics St Vincent and the Grenadines (TASVG) and has spent the first week working at schools with PE Teachers and daily at Arnos Vale Sports Complex, with athletes and coaches.