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Turks and Caicos Athletes Ready to Shine at CAC Games in El Salvador

Ifeanyi Otuonye will be looking to perform well at the event.

A team of talented athletes from the Turks and Caicos Islands has arrived in El Salvador to represent their country in the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games.

This prestigious sporting event brings together athletes from various nations, showcasing their skills and determination in a range of disciplines. Turks and Caicos will be competing in three sporting disciplines: Beach Volleyball, Swimming, and Athletics.

The Beach Volleyball team consists of Myron Simmons and Carmeon Hawkins. These two athletes have displayed exceptional teamwork and skills, earning their spot to represent their country at the CAC Games. Leading the team is Mr. Levard Missick, who serves as both the Assistant Chef and the Coach for Volleyball. Under his guidance, Simmons and Hawkins aim to make their mark on the sand and bring glory to Turks and Caicos.

In the Swimming discipline, the Gardiner twins, Alissa and Ethan, will dive into the pool, ready to showcase their remarkable swimming abilities. These talented siblings have been training tirelessly, honing their techniques and building their endurance. Their coach, Mr. Ezekiel Hall, has been guiding them through their preparations, instilling confidence and ensuring they are ready to give their best performances in the pool.

Yanique Haye-Smith is looking put on a good showing.

Yanique Haye-Smith and Ifeanyi Otuonye will be representing Turks and Caicos in Athletics. These determined athletes have been diligently training in their respective events, pushing their limits and striving for greatness. They will compete fiercely against athletes from other nations, aiming to bring home medals and make their country proud.

Leading the team and overseeing the mission of the Games is Mrs. Rosalie Ingham-Hall, who holds the position of Chef de Mission. With her experience and leadership, she ensures that the athletes are well supported and have the necessary resources to excel in their respective disciplines.

Additionally, Mr. Godfrey Been, the CGA (Commonwealth Games Association) President, is attending the Congress to represent Turks and Caicos. His presence highlights the country's commitment to international sports events and showcases their dedication to promoting sportsmanship and athletic excellence.

Accompanying him is Ms. Edith Skippings, serving as the General Secretary, who also attends the Congress, contributing to the administrative aspects of the delegation.

The Turks and Caicos Islands eagerly anticipate the performances of their talented athletes as they compete in the CAC Games. The entire nation stands behind these athletes, supporting them in their pursuit of victory and celebrating their achievements, both on and off the field.


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