Recently the Royal Grenada Police Force held its Annual Athletics Championship in St Georges Grenada. The events which were held during the 31st anniversary celebrations were highly attended with participants from St Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, Antigua and Barbuda and Guyana.
The Guyana Police Force through its long standing relations with the Royal Grenada Police Force was invited to take part in the championship games. Three of our outstanding athletes were selected to represent the Force in various sporting events such as: 100m, 1500m, and Shot Put, to name a few.
Constables 21820 Warren Duncan, 22647 Quacy Morian and W. 23949 Alita Moore traveled to Grenada to represent the Force in the Championship games and all emerged medalists.
Woman Constable 23949 Alita Moore copped first place in the 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, and 4x100m as well as Long Jump was awarded the Best Overseas Female Athlete, wining a total of six (6) gold medals.
Constable 22647 Quacy Morian also copped first place in the 800m, 1500m, and 4x100m, as well as second place in the 100 and 400m and third in the 200m. He won a total of six (6) medals, three (3) Gold, two (2) Silver and one (1) Bronze for his achievements. Constable 21820 Warren Duncan came in first place in the Shot Put and Discuss competitions and third in the Javelin competition.
It must be noted, that the event which was initially slated for (Police) also saw participation of National (Non- Military) athletes as well; resulting in the ranks competing with seasoned athletes for the championship.
The Guyanese delegation which consisted of Police Coach, Sergeant 13768 Lyndon Wilson and the three athletes was invited to take part in several youth and community outreach programmes while in Grenada.
The Guyana Police Force continues to offer exposure for its ranks in different fields, through bilateral relations shared with its counterparts. The Force has presented several platforms for empowerment; one such initiative is the continuous Capacity Building Seminars held in the various Divisions countrywide.
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