St. Kitts and Nevis Olympic Committee

21 Athletes Selected for 2017 OECS Track and Field Championships

The St. Kitts & Nevis Amateur Athletic Association (SKNAAA) selects a contingent of twenty-one (21) athletes and three (3) officials to represent the federation of St. Kitts & Nevis at the 3rd Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Track and Field Championships. Slated for July 1st – 2nd 2017, St. Georges, Grenada, the meet was revived back in 2014 when hosted by the SKNAAA. It was agreed then that it shall receive the financial backing of the Association of National Olympic Committees of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (ANOECS) at the congress held in Basseterre, St. Kitts; thus our National Representative Team being sponsored by the St. Kitts & Nevis National Olympic Committee (SKNOC).

The team and its officials shall comprise of the following:

  1. Francil Morris – Team Leader / Manager
  2. Stewart Joseph – Head Coach
  3. Llewelyn Pyke – Assistant Coach
  4. Tameka Williams – Female – 100m / 200m / 4X100m
  5. Shenel Crooke – Female – 100m / 200m / 4X100m
  6. Reneka Daniel – Female – 400m / 4X100m (sub)
  7. Kristal Liburd – Female – Long Jump / 4X100m
  8. Virgil Hodge – Female – 4X100m
  9. Shanice Elliott – Female – 4X100m
  10. Stavia Lewis – Female – Discus / Shot Put
  11. Jason Rogers – Male – 100m / 4X100m
  12. Antione Adams – Male – 100m / 4X100m
  13. Lestrod Roland – Male – 200m / 400m / 4X400m / 4X100m (sub)
  14. Warren Hazel – Male – 200m / 400m / 4X400m / 4X100m (sub)
  15. Massi Jeffers – Male – 800m / 1500m
  16. Leroy Chapman – Male – 800m / 4X400m
  17. Lejorne Crawford – Male – 110mh
  18. Lloyd Hanley-Byron – Male – 400mh / 4X400m
  19. Jahnaza Francis – Male – 400mh / 4X400m
  20. Brijesh Lawrence – Male – 4X100m
  21. Hakeem Huggins – Male – 4X100m
  22. Jermaine Francis – Male – High Jump
  23. Kizan David – Male – Long Jump
  24. Adrian Williams – Male – Javelin

The Championships’ winner shall be determined by the team that amasses the most Gold Medals.

This weekend’s championships shall be one of the final opportunities for athletes to attain the qualifying mark for the IAAF World Championships in Athletics, London, England, in August 2017.

The SKNAAA extends congratulations and best wishes to all.

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