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Belizean athletes arrive well in Guatemala, fly to Costa Rica Friday afternoon for Central American Athletics Championships

Posted: Friday, June 25, 2021. 2:37 pm CST.

By Rubén Morales Iglesias: A contingent of 13 athletes and three officials of the Belize Athletics Association (BAA) which will be representing at the CADICA Athletics Championships in San Jose, Costa Rica, arrived well in Guatemala City this morning.

The team traveled by bus from Belize City to the Benque border on Thursday afternoon and then took another bus to Guatemala City where they arrived just after eight this morning.

From there they will fly to San Jose, Costa Rica, later today for their participation in the Central American Championships which will be held on Saturday and Sunday.

The athletes are also attempting to make the mark to qualify to the Olympics.

Samantha Dirks, Brandon Jones and Shaun Gill will fly from the United States to Costa Rica.

The athletes who traveled from Belize are Hillary Gladden, Tricia Flores, Leonellie Myers, Ana Lopez-Camp, Mark Anderson, Rahim Monsanto, Jihad Ahmaad, Gary Neal, Hance Card, Brandon Adolphus, Amir Ramos, Faisal Ahmad, and Cojac Smith.

The team is accompanied by Belize Athletics Association President, Deon Sutherland, and coaches Fred Evans and Shelmadine Carr.


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