PORT-AU-PRINCE — Twelve athletes will be representing Haiti in Guadeloupe, to take part in the first Caribbean Game to be held from Wednesday June 29, to Sunday July 3rd, 2022.
This will be the first Caribbean Games to bring together 29 countries and 800 athletes in disciplines such as track and field, judo, swimming, netball, cycling, 3-on-3 basketball and handsport.
"Our athletes are very motivated, preparing to give their best,” Hans Larsene, president of the Haitian Olympic Committee told The Haitian Times. “We’re used to doing well in this kind of competition.”
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