Grand Sporting Summit Set To Commence This Weekend

Senior Sports Officer at the Department of Sports, Kelvin Bramble, in giving an update on Thursday, has indicated that the much anticipated sporting summit, will indeed commence in Nevis, this coming Sunday at the Brown Hill Basketball court.
He was also pleased to inform that the Youth and Sports Department has fully endorsed the massive sports training program and is fully on board to help in its execution.
The sporting summit will run from Sunday 11th August to Friday 16th August and will be facilitated by international, professional organizations: ALL IN TRAINING and TRUE CHAMPS.
The training sessions will be open to persons interested in Basketball; Track and field; Football; Cricket and other sporting disciplines and will include those persons interested in sports related professions such as Videographers; Coaches; photographers; Physio therapists; Journalists and the like.
Apparently there will be a totally different training program in St. Kitts this weekend as well, but Bramble is insisting that the Brown Hill court is the place to be, come Sunday.
Just a reminder for interested persons:
The training will also incorporate a performance testing feature which when completed, athletes can get their results uploaded to the internationally renowned website (checkmyathletics)-a site that is regularly checked by international coaches and scouts in search of athletic talent.
The interested children will be divided into two groups:
Lower class man-ages 6 to 12-registration fee of $100.00 EC
Upper class man-ages 12 to 19-registration fee of $125.00 EC (this includes the cost for the performance testing).
Persons outside of these ages, will have to pay $50.00 EC to get their performance test completed.
Interested parents and other persons can contact Mr. Bramble at 669-9610 or make contact at

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