Dominica to compete in CAC Games

dno sportsDominica is participating in the 22nd Central America and the Caribbean (CAC) Games now taking place in Mexico.

From today (Monday, November 24), Track and Field Athletics will take centrestage in the city of Jalapa Mexico and three of the island’s athletes will be competing.

Erison Hurtault will compete in the 200m and 400m, David Registe in Long Jump and Yordanys Garcia in Triple Jump.

Hurtault will compete in the 400m at 3:40pm Dominica Time on Tuesday 25th November, Registe will open his competition on Wednesday 26th with High Jump at 3:30pm Dominica time and Garcia will be the final competitor for Dominica on Friday 28th in the Triple Jump finals. His event will take place 12:00pm Dominica Time.

The stage is set for some exciting competition of Track and Field among the countries of the CAC region in the official events of Athletics.

The CAC Games began on November 13th and end on the 30th.

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  1. Righteous
    November 24, 2014

    The present DOC and the DAAA is a waste of time. There is so much funds available to developing countries from the IOC and the IAAF, but theses guys are not doing anything to or running any programs to capitalize on the available funding to assist our local athletes. All they do is travel and pocket money when they are paid for their votes by countries wanting to host World Championships and Olympic Games. The same set of fellas running athletics. All the other caribbean countries are improving, but with some of the most talent in the region, Dominica athletics remain in a state of disgrace.

    One Love Dominicans!!!!

  2. Interesting
    November 24, 2014

    So where are the locally based athletes , no one qualified ? What is the DOC doing to develop local athletes ?

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