Saturday, 07 July 2018 17:13

Primary School Athletics At The Hasely Crawford Stadium

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Some future stars in the sport were on show at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, as they represented their schools from the Morvant/Laventille district and did themselves and their community proud.   

The talent was obvious as the youngsters put out some serious effort to secure precious metals for their respective schools.

The sprinters had a field day, but in some events, the disparity in ability and speed was also quite noticeable.

Over 400 children from 18 primary schools and one secondary school participated in a fun-filled day of friendly competition in roughly 100 different track and field events.

The event is a new feature of the Laventille/Morvant Schools' Improvement Project (SIP), an initiative conceptualised by the Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley.

The aim of the track and field event is geared toward the holistic development of the child. 

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