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Belize to participate in 2018 Central American and Caribbean Games in Barranquilla, Colombia

BELIZE CITY, BELIZE, Thurs. July 19, 2018– The XXIII Central American and Caribbean Games will take place in Barranquilla, Colombia from July 19 – August 3, 2018, where 37 nations will compete in 47 different sport disciplines.  These games are a multi-sport regional championship event held every four years.

Belize will be represented by a delegation of 3 officials and 8 athletes participating in Athletics, Beach Volleyball, Cycling and Sailing.    The delegation will be he headed by Chief of Mission, Mr. Deon Sutherland.   ATHLETICS:  Faith Morris – 100M; Mark Anderson – 100M; Roandys Hernandez Diaz – Coach.   BEACH VOLLEYBALL:  Kelsey Balderamos; Emma Hoare.   CYCLING:  Alicia Thompson – Road Race & Time Trial; Taralee Ordonez – Road Race & Time Trial; Giovanni Lovell – Road Race & Time Trial; Dion Leslie – Delegate.   SAILING:  Wilson Rivera – Laser Standard; Gerhard Cordts – Coach.

-press release –

(Amandala Sports Ed. Note:  Safe journey and best wishes, Belizeans, as you represent the Jewel with pride and dignity!)

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