KINGSTOWN, St Vincent – Kineke Alexander will lead a 27-member St Vincent and the Grenadines team to XX Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland from July 23 to August 3.
Alexander, the 2013 Central American and Caribbean (CAC) 200 metres gold medallist, will be aiming to secure a sprint medal for her country.
Courtney Williams, Courtney Bascombe, Brandon Valentine-Parris, Josh Hamilton, Reuberth Boyde, Delohnni Nico-Samuel and Kimorie Shearman are the other track and field athlete in the 27-member party.
At the last Commonwealth Games in Delhi, Natasha Mayers won gold in the 100m for St Vincent and the Grenadines
St Vincent & The Grenadines joined the Commonwealth in 1979. It made its first appearance at the Cardiff 1958 British Empire and Commonwealth Games, and then competed at every Games from 1966to 1978. The country next took part in 1994 and has participated ever since.
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