Grenada: Grenada Olympic Committee is all set to host the 2022 National Sports Awards and announced the list of nominations. People are asked to vote for their favourite athlete online, and the winner will be decided aftermath.
The deadline for the voting is Friday, January 27, 2023, and the list of nominations is as follows:
- Grenada Athletic Association – Anderson Peters
- Grenada Athletics Association – Joniar Thomas
- Grenada National Basketball Association – Akindé Redhead
- Grenada National Basketball Association – Rashida Cheddick
- Boxing Association of Grenada – Kemrond Moses
- Grenada Body Building Weightlifting & Fitness Federation –
- Eustace ” Grizzly” Marcus Alexander
- Grenada Cycling Federation – Red Walters Felix
- Grenada Cricket Association – Shermon Lewis
- Grenada Cricket Association – Afy Fletcher
- Grenada Football Association – Roneisha Frank
- Grenada Football Association – Kriston Julien
- Grenada Gun and Rifle Association – Duane Noel
- Grenada Netball Association – Tiffany Frederick
- Grenada Netball Association – Darron Oxford
- Grenada Amateur Swimming Association – Zackary
- Grenada Amateur Swimming Association – Sara Dowden
- Grenada Sailing Association – Karina Benjamin
- Grenada Table Tennis – Cedric Marquez
- Grenada Table Tennis – Rosemarie Dinnnoh-Newland
- Grenada Taekwondo Association – Kelvin John
- Grenada Taekwondo Association – Dalia Joseph
- Grenada Tennis Association – Mickel Alexander
- Grenada Tennis Association – Arlina Drigo
- Triathlon Grenada – Nina James
- Triathlon Grenada – Marc De caul
- Grenada Volleyball Association – Shevon Gludd
- Grenada Volleyball Association – Jomelar Billy
The guidelines for the voting is as follows:
- Like and follow the Facebook Page of the Grenada Olympic Committee
- Vote for their favourite athlete by liking their photo on their page
They can also visit their Instagram page @grenadaolympics and like the photo of their favourite athlete there as well. The total number of likes from our Facebook and Instagram pages will be tallied to determine the winner. The athlete with the most likes, wins.
Individual photos of the athletes will be uploaded to our Facebook and Instagram pages, so look out for them. Remember, votes only count if you like the photo of their favourite athlete on their page. Voting closes at midnight on Friday, January 27, 2023.
Hazel Ann Regis-Buckels will make history again, this time, as the first female and first Olympian special guest speaker at the National Sports Awards.
Hazel Ann holds many accolades throughout her outstanding track and field career. These include being the first Grenadian athlete to win a medal at the Pan-American Games (silver medal in Santo Domingo, 2003); Medalling at the Carifta Games (bronze, silver, and gold medalists) and the CAC Games (silver). Hazel Ann was also an Olympic Games semi-finalist (Athens, 2004) and participated at the World Championships in 1999, 2003, and 2005 as well as the Summer Olympics in Sydney (2000) and Athens (2004).