ASHEVILLE, North Carolina, July 16, 2018 - After almost 4 years of noncompetitive tennis, Lois Alexis was back on center court and walked off as Women's Champion at the 87th Annual City of Asheville Open Tennis Championships in North Carolina. Alexis who is the Head Coach of the Jackson State University's Male and Female Tennis Teams … Continue reading Alexis makes return to competitive tennis!
ST. GEORGE'S, July 15, 2018 - Technical Director of the Grenada Football Association (GFA) Vin Blaine is confident that with some of the new approaches and strategies implemented since taking up the post, there are signs of improvement in the way coaching and football on a whole is being handled. In an exclusive interview with … Continue reading Glimmer of hope for Football in Grenada!
ST. GEORGE'S, July 11, 2018 - Fourteen local coaches are better equipped for coaching following the completion of a one-week CONCACAF C License Coaching Course held in Grenada. This is the first even C License course held in Grenada and was conducted by Marco Santillan who is CONCACAF Coaching Education Instructor along with CONCACAF Instructor … Continue reading Local coaches become more certified!
ST. GEORGE'S, March 27, 2018 - Grenada's next Olympic 400m medal hopeful Bralon Taplin will compete on local soil for the first time when the 2nd Edition of the Grenada Invitational runs off at the Kirani James Athletics Stadium Saturday, April 21. The Grenadian quarter-miler was confirmed by the organizers on Tuesday. Taplin is the … Continue reading Bralon Taplin to make his local Debut at Grenada Invitational 2018
EL PASO, Texas, March 25, 2018 - One of Grenada's young field athlete Josh Boateng has broken the 17m barrier in the Men's Shot Put event and in doing so sets a new national record in the event. This following the UTEP Springtime Invitational on Saturday in El Paso, Texas. "Breaking the National Record in … Continue reading Josh Boateng sets eyes on National Records!