20 St. Kitts and Nevis athletes represented at 2018 FLOW CARIFTA Game

From the SKNAAA 

The St. Kitts & Nevis Amateur Athletic Association (SKNAAA) announced its national representative contingent for the 2018 FLOW CARIFTA Games, set for March 30-April 2 in The Bahamas.

The St. Kitts and Nevis delegation will be led by Team Manager Denville Francis, who is also the SKNAAA’s technical officials’ representative.

The team and its officials comprise the following:

Denville Francis, t​eam manager
Stewart Joseph​, assistant manager
Roatter Johnson, head coach
Kurvin​Wallace , assistant coach

Sharim​ Hamilton: Under 17 Male ​400m, 400H, 4x400m
Timothy Caines​: Under 17 Male​ 800m, 1500m, 4x400m
Junior​ Rouse: ​​Under 17 Male​ 200m, 400m, 4x400m
D’atyrel Stanley​: Under 17 Male ​4x400m
Trishanni Warner​: Under 17 Female​ 800m, 400m, 4x400m
Khalia Joseph​​: Under 17 Female​ 400m, 4x400m
Keneah Romney: ​Under 17 Female​ 800m, 1500m, 4x400m
Tijuanique Morton​: Under 17 Female ​200m, 4x400m
Zahria Allers-Liburd​: Under 17 Female ​100m, 200m, 4x400m
Leroy Chapman​: Under 20 Male ​800m
Jahnaza Francis​: Under 20 Male ​400H, 4x100m
Dimetre Browne​: Under 20 Male ​Long Jump, 4x100m
Marcus​ Duberry​: Under 20 Male ​100m, 4x100m
Tajarie Arthurton : Under 20 Male​ 100m, 200m, 4x100m
Leondre Francis​: Under 20 Male ​400m, 4x100m
Reandra Richards​: Under 20 Female ​400m, 400H, 4x400m
Amya Clarke​​: Under 20 Female ​100m, 200m, 4x400m
Aliah Vanterpool​: Under 20 Female​ 3000m, 1500m, 400H, 4x400m
Nickeisha Howe​: Under 20 Female ​3000m, 1500m, 4x400m
Jerencia Jeffers​: Under 20 Female​ Heptathlon

Also traveling to The Bahamas are SKNAAA President Val Henry and General Secretary Keithley Phillip, who will be attending the CARIFTA Congress April 2 at the British Colonial Hilton Hotel.

President Henry commended the athletes and officials on their selection to represent St. Kitts and Nevis at the 47th staging of the CARIFTA Games.

“This group of athletes selected represents the future of track and field here in the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis, and the entire SKNAAA executive, as well as the Selection Committee, have every confidence that they will go out and represent the nation to the best of their abilities and be proud ambassadors of the twin-island federation,” he said. “I would want to express my most heartfelt congratulations to these athletes and the management team, and wish them every success at the 2018 CARIFTA Games.”

The team is expected to leave the federation today.