Antigua and Barbuda: ABAA announced its 2023 CARIFTA Games Team
Antigua and Barbuda: ABAA announced its 2023 CARIFTA Games Team || Picture Courtesy: ABAA Facebook

St John’s Antigua and Barbuda: The Antigua and Barbuda Athletics Association (ABAA) is pleased to announce its 2023 CARIFTA Games Team to Nassau, Bahamas, over the Easter Weekend, April 8th – 11th, 2023.

According to the update by the Association, a total of 15 Athletes – 6 Females – 9 Males have been selected.

U17 Girls

Naomi McDonald – Shot Put
(JSS-Paramount Performance Club)

Gerilin Barnes – Long Jump
(PMS-PSE Track Club)

U17 Boys

Kasiya Daley (PMS – PSE Track Club)
100m/200m/4x100m

Cleon Joseph (CHSS – Wings Track Club)
100m/200m/4x100m

Judah Ashe (SNRA – Phoenix Track Club)
4x100m

Rhyce Joseph (SJA – Supernova Track Club) 4x100m
Malique Francis (AGS- Wings Sports Club) Javelin

U20 Girls

LaNica Locker (OCS – PSE Track Club)
100m/200m/4x100m

Geolyna Dowdye (PMS – Phoenix Track Club)
100m/200m/4x100m

Alyssa Dyett (Monroe College USA)
Triple Jump – 4x100m

Janisha Spencer
4x100m (Phoenix Track Club)

U20 Boys

Craig Prendergast (Calabar High School Jamaica)
400m Hurdles.

Ajani Daley – (Spire Academy USA)
100m/200m

Dwayne Flemming (PMS – PSE Track Club)
100m/200m

Kiron O’garro (Monroe College USA)
400m

The Antigua and Barbuda Athletics Association has announced that the officials were:

Kesswin Anthony – Head Coach
Jamille Nelson – Assistant Coach
Sonia Williams – Assistant Coach (Female)

Many people took to social media and congratulated the team and Association. “Congratulations!! Let’s go, Antigua Barbuda,” one of the users noted. While another said, “Congratulations to the TEAM; there’s no feeling like to be representing Antigua and Barbuda.” The third one commented, “Go Team Antigua and Barbuda… congratulations to all the athletes who have been selected to attend Carifta Games 2023.”