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Belize Athletes bring home 8 medals


Press Release – The Belize Amateur Athletic Association – September 20th 2010 – The Belize Amateur Athletic Association is proud to welcome back the athletes that represented Belize at the 21st Central American Championships of Athletics in Guatemala City, Guatemala. Even though participation at the meet was at one point in jeopardy, due to financial constraints on the new Executive, and despite the long and difficult journey, by bus, the team endured and persevered. The end results are nothing short of impressive; seven (7) athletes, accompanied by the B.A.A.A President, all performed admirably and exceeded expectations, winning a total of eight (8) medals (3 Gold, 3 Silver & 2 Bronze) and proving that Belizean Athletes are always contenders if given a chance.
The Association once again congratulates Team Belize for their efforts, sacrifices and stellar representation of our country and urges the community to support the athletes that keep making our country proud.

Full Results:
Kaina Martinez- 100 Meters, 12.55s, 1st Place
– 200 Meters, 25.54s, 1st Place
– Long Jump, 5.48 meters, 3rd Place
Tricia Flores- Long Jump, 5.89 meters (New CA Record!), 1st Place
– 100 Meters, 12.72s, 2nd Place
– 200 Meters, 26.22s, 7th Place
Kay De Vaughn- High Jump, 1.60 Meters, 2nd Place
– Triple Jump, 11 Meters, 5th Place
Charnelle Enriquez- High Jump, 1.40Meters, 4th Place
Tricia Flores- 100 Meter Relay, 50.75s, 3rd Place
Kaina Martinez
Charnelle Enriquez
Kay De Vaughn
Kaina Martinez- 400 Meter Relay, 27.26s, 2nd Place
Tricia Flores
Charnelle Enriquez
Kay De Vaughn

Jaryl Mariano- Long Jump, 6.68 meters, 7th Place
– 100 meters, 12.58s, 5th (heat 2)

Chavis Lopez- 400 Meters, 52.72s, 6th Place

Denroy Nembhard – 1500 Meters, 4 min.-34.02 sec, 7th Place

Final Medal Count: 3 Gold, 3 Silver, 2 Bronze!!

Congratulations to the teamgo Belize Athletes!!

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