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BARBADOS - Athletics 2004


The Milo National Primary Schools’ Athletic Championships 2004

Wednesday 03, March-2004

The Milo National Primary Schools’ Athletic Championships got under way at the National Stadium The Milo National Primary Schools’ Athletic Championships got under way at the National Stadium with athletes from 14 schools taking part in Zone 2.
Here, Dalisa Mayers of St Joseph’s Primary raises her hands in victory as she crosses the finish line in the Under-13 girls’ 100 metres, but Dalisa, like the other athletes, will have to wait until all five zones are finished to see if she has qualified for the semifinals.

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Charles F. Broome (top) celebrating their first ever boys’ title of the MILO National Primary Schools’ Athletic Championships

Charles F. Broome (top) celebrating their first ever boys’ title of the MILO National Primary Schools’ Athletic Championships.

 

Christ Church Girls’ team (bottom) reclaimed the title they lost last year, their second in three years.

A victorious Christ Church Girls’ team (bottom) reclaimed the title they lost last year, their second in three years.

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Coca-Cola/Plus Barbados Secondary Schools’ Athletic Championships

Saturday 27, March-2004

by SHERRYLYN CLARKE


Lester Vaughan teammates Lorenzo Wickham (left) and Dario Alleyne. Lester Vaughan teammates Lorenzo Wickham (left) and Dario Alleyne.

Springer Memorial predictably collected their sixth title in seven years, and after a one-year absence the boys of The Lodge School have reclaimed the title, their third in four years, in the Coca-Cola/Plus Barbados Secondary Schools’ Athletic Championships.

Everyone expected Springer to win, but no one thought it would be that easy as they romped to a massive 312 points, 62 ahead of Lodge. The Lester Vaughan girls settled into third place with 199.5, Queen’s College surged to third on 182.5 with Combermere fifth on 161. Read more

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Shadir Greene (right with trophy below), the girls can feel justifiably proud of their achievements. Led by Shadir Greene (right with trophy below), the girls can feel justifiably proud of their achievements. So, too, can the lads from The Lodge, who reclaimed their boys’ title, after it went to Harrison College last year.The Lodge, who reclaimed their boys’ title, after it went to Harrison College last year. Bottom, Minister of Sport Reginald Farley (left) presents the challenge shield to team captain Lenroy Scott.

Seen here, the Minister of Sport Reginald Farley (left) presents the challenge shield to team captain Lenroy Scott. Read more

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CARIFTA games


Sunday 11, April-2004 by Sherrylyn Clarke in Bermuda

Dario Alleyne wins Barbados a gold... thank youHAMILTON – It was a good Friday for at least one Barbadian athlete here at the 33rd CARIFTA Games.

Dario Alleyne brought the class act to the National Sports Centre when he won Barbados’ first gold medal and two of three overall – one of each colour – won by Bajan athletes on the first day. He had earlier won a silver medal and Ryan Ross claimed a bronze.

Alleyne brought the crowd to its feet with a commanding run in the Under-17 Boys’ 400 metres, slamming the field by about 20 metres in 48.44 seconds, his personal best in that event. Guyana’s Dax Danns, who was also third in the 100 metres in 11.18, was second in 49.47 and Jamaica’s Gawain Gray third in 49.57.

“I feel happy and tired,” said Alleyne. Read more

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'Run Barbados 2004'

Barbados will host a bigger and better Run Barbados this year than ever before.


That assurance has been given by the Barbados Tourism Authority (BTA) in response to public concern over the reported resignation, with effect March 2, 2004, of Allan Brooks and Runners Choice Promotions International as Race Directors of the event.

“We wish to make it clear that we had not entered any agreement with Mr. Brooks with respect to the 2004 Run Barbados, and his decision to resign was premature in our view, since discussions were still at the early negotiation stage,” said Averil Byer, BTA’s Director Corporate Communications.

She has told stakeholders that, “the Run Barbados event will continue to live up to the standards we have established over the past 22 years. The race events, therefore, will be held December 3 to 5, 2004 as planned, and will be organised by the BTA, the Amateur Athletics Association (AAA) and other key partners.” Read more

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