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WATCH: Team Saint Lucia Arrives Home From CARIFTA Games 2023

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Saint Lucia’s team to the CARIFTA games have returned home to a special welcome from family, friends, well-wishers, government officials and sponsors at the George F.L Charles airport.

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SOURCE: Ministry of Youth Development & Sports

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  1. I congratulate each of you on your accomplishment. I know it took lots of hard work, and dedication to get there. I wish you continued success and best wishes in all that you aspire to do. You all are well disciplined, gifted and talented — the sky is the limit – reach for the stars. Godspeed.

  2. Congratulations to all the athletes! Huge shout out to you all!

    But, the reporter needs a lesson in pronunciation and diction! The word is “rostrom” and what is “one year yence?’ (that is what I heard). We need to do better. Plus why do some Saint Lucians sound so aggressive and others sound like they’re in a choir?!


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