03 April 2020
TASVG Technical Director offers advice to athletes

TASVG Technical Director offers advice to athletes


Chester Morgan, Technical Director of Team Athletics SVG, is calling on athletes to use the break in Track and Field actitivies, occasioned by the thr...
Premiership could end in photo finish

Premiership could end in photo finish


Close followers of the 2019/2020 National Club Championships, under the aegis of the St Vincent and the Grenadines Football Federation (SVGFF), are an...
Tigress, United  Survivors lead women’s 40 over cricket

Tigress, United Survivors lead women’s 40 over cricket


The two top teams in local women’s cricket competition, JG Tigress and United Survivors, are already showing the prowess in the 2020 St Vincent and ...
Sion Hill community loses a true patriot

Sion Hill community loses a true patriot


The Sion Hill community last Friday lost a true patriot, Albert “ Mutt” Samuel. Leaving life at age 59, last Friday after a brief period of ill...
The St Vincent and the Grenadines Olympic Committee ( SVGOC) Women In Sports Commission’s underaking of spearheading a Reboot Challenge, is really and truly on. The 14-day challenge includes daily exercises: pushups, situps, squats, kneeups, jumping jacks and toe raises. In a progressive manner, the repititions of the exercises increases each day, moving from 4 of each, culminating with 56. Chair of the commission Suzanna Leigertwood–Ollivierre noted that the purpose of the challenge, is for “the general public to keep fit during this time of social distancing”. According to Leigertwood–Ollivierre, “Exercise and healthy diet is one way to help our bodies fight viruses and COVID-19 is no different”. She advised: “Let’s get on board as the SVGOC Women In Sports Commission fosters a healthy lifestyle for our women and girls”. The Reboot Challenge got started last Monday, March 30, and is set to complete April 12. The SVGOC Women In Sports Commission, launched March 8, has it its core objectives: supporting the holistic development of females in sports through training, seminars, workshops and mentoring… Recognition of achievements of individuals and organisations, promoting women in, and through sport, as well as the promotion of the use of sports as a tool for gender equality and empowerment and to create a path to management and leadership for women through sports”.

The St Vincent and the Grenadines Olympic Committee ( SVGOC) Women In Sports Commission’s underaking of spearheading a Reboot Challenge, is really and truly on. The 14-day challenge includes daily exercises: pushups, situps, squats, kneeups, jumping jacks and toe raises. In a progressive manner, the repititions of the exercises increases each day, moving from 4 of each, culminating with 56. Chair of the commission Suzanna Leigertwood–Ollivierre noted that the purpose of the challenge, is for “the general public to keep fit during this time of social distancing”. According to Leigertwood–Ollivierre, “Exercise and healthy diet is one way to help our bodies fight viruses and COVID-19 is no different”. She advised: “Let’s get on board as the SVGOC Women In Sports Commission fosters a healthy lifestyle for our women and girls”. The Reboot Challenge got started last Monday, March 30, and is set to complete April 12. The SVGOC Women In Sports Commission, launched March 8, has it its core objectives: supporting the holistic development of females in sports through training, seminars, workshops and mentoring… Recognition of achievements of individuals and organisations, promoting women in, and through sport, as well as the promotion of the use of sports as a tool for gender equality and empowerment and to create a path to management and leadership for women through sports”.


The St Vincent and the Grenadines Olympic Committee ( SVGOC) Women In Sports Commission’s underaking of spearheading a Reboot Challenge, is really a...
SVGOC Reboot Challenge is on

SVGOC Reboot Challenge is on


THE ST VINCENT and the Grenadines Olympic Committee ( SVGOC) Women In Sports Commission’s underaking of spearheading a Reboot Challenge, is really ...
31 March 2020
National club championships top goal scorers bunched together

National club championships top goal scorers bunched together


THE LEADING goal-scorers in both the premier and first division of the National Club Championships are in a close battle for the top spot. After 1...
Four battling for top two first division spots

Four battling for top two first division spots


LAYOU, LARGO Height, Pride and Joy and Volcanoes, are seeking the two spots that will take them to the premier division of the next National Club Cha...
Local football leagues get further suspension

Local football leagues get further suspension


ALL FOOTBALL competitions, as well as the National Club Championships that have been suspended, have had another two-week extension. This announce...
IOC sets Olympics 2021 dates

IOC sets Olympics 2021 dates


THE INTERNATIONAL Olympic Committee’s (IOC) executive board met yesterday, Monday and has reset the dates for the 2020 Olympics. Still be called...