Cayman announced as 2019 CARIFTA Games host

Truman Bodden Sports Complex would host the games

The Cayman Islands is set to host the Flow CARIFTA Games once more. Confirmation of this came from the president of the North American Central American and Caribbean Athletics Association (NACAC), Victor Lopez, on Sunday 16 April.

Lopez was speaking on the Caribbean-wide broadcast of the Games from Curacao when he said the Cayman Islands would be hosting the 48th edition of the premier regional track and field event in 2019.

This would be the third time for the Cayman Islands to host the games, after doing so for the first time in 1995 and then more recently in 2010, when 13 CARIFTA Games records were broken. That year, Cayman’s Chantelle Morrison was the toast of the town when she stormed away with the Girls U17 100m in 11.74 seconds to win the only medal for the hosts. will have more on this development in the coming days.

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