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CARICOM Today:-  St. Vincent and the Grenadines swept the Male and Female categories in the 14th CARICOM 10-K road race in Saint Lucia, Sunday, with female runner Linda McDowald recording a hattrick of victories in the event.

Mc Dowald crossed the finish line in 40.40 to add to earlier victories in the 12th and 13th editions, held in Guyana and Jamaica respectively. She also placed second in the 11th edition in Barbados, behind Guyanese Andrea Foster.

The second and third placed runners were also a repeat of last year, with Grenada’s Kenisha Pascal crossing in 41.32 and Carlie Pipe of Barbados in 41.39.

In the male category, the Vincentian Junior Ashton moved up from third place in last year’s race to win in 34.22, ahead of Kalique St. Jean of Antigua and Barbuda in 35.05 and Justin Hodge on Anguilla in 35.09.

CARICOM Secretary-General Ambassador Irwin LaRocque presents the 1st Place Trophy to male winner Junior Ashton of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Dominica, Jamaica, Suriname, Anguilla and host Saint Lucia also competed.

In a supporting 5-K race for students, Tarrick Xavier of the Vieux Fort Comprehensive and Micol Popote of the Gros Islet Secondary took the top male positions, and Zadie St. Louis of Vieux Fort Comprehensive and Laurat-Lynn Limery of the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College the female.

CARICOM Secretariat Assistant Secretary-General Dr Douglas Slater presents the second Place female trophy to Grenada’s Kanisha Pascal

The event was witnessed by CARICOM Secretary-General Ambassador Irwin LaRocque, who was joined for the presentation of prizes by his Assistant Secretary-General, Human and Social Development, Dr Douglas Slater, Saint Lucia’s Ambassador to CARICOM Elma-Gene Isaac, Sports Director Patrick Mathurin, and Saint Lucia’s CARICOM Youth Ambassadors (CYAs).

CARICOM Secretariat Assistant Secretary-General Dr Douglas Slater presents the second Place male trophy to Antigua and Barbuda’s Kalique St Jean

The CARICOM 10-K is held

Saint Lucia’s Ambassador to CARICOM Elma-Gene Isaac presented the 3rd place trophies to Ms Calie Pipe of Barbados and Mr Justin Hodge of Anguilla

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