ESPN Caribbean to Feature Caribbean Athletes at SEC Razorback Invitational

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ESPN Caribbean to Feature Caribbean Athletes at SEC Razorback Invitational

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Twenty-Six Caribbean Athletes to Compete Across Five Disciplines at the SEC Event

Live Transmission on ESPN Play – Jan 28 at 2 pm ET


 On January 28 at 2 p.m. ET, ESPN Caribbean will live stream SEC Network’s Razorback Invitational via ESPN Play, the network’s multi-screen live and on-demand broadband service. The anticipated track & field event, hosted by the University of Arkansas, will feature twenty-six Caribbean athletes across five disciplines.

Fans can also enjoy the event at a later time with a two-hour taped version of the event televised on Sunday, January 29 at 12 p.m. and Tuesday, January 31, at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN Caribbean.

Participating Caribbean Athletes:

Jamaica Kemar Mowatt (Jumps)
Clive Pullen (Jumps)
Sherwayne Allen (Sprints)
Akeem Bloomfield (Sprints)
Raheem Chambers (Sprints)
Clayton Brown (Jumps)
Yanick Hart (Hurdles)
Phillip Smith (Sprints)
Beresford Sweeney (Sprints)
Sandrae Farquharson (Sprints)
Trinidad & Tobago  Kiswana Blood (Jumps)
Akanni Hislop (Sprints)
Xavier Mulugata (Sprints)
Jonathan Holder (Sprints)
Tsai-Anne Joseph (Sprints)
Bahamas  Tory Adderley (Sprints)
Trae Carey (Jumps)
Xavier Coakley (Sprints)
Serena Brown (Throws)


Guadeloupe Yanis David (Jumps)


Antigua & Barbuda Cejhae Greene (Sprints)


Barbados Jerrad Mason (Sprints/Hurdles)


Cayman Islands Alex Pacal (Javelin)


St. Kitts & Nevis Kieshonna Brooks (Sprints/Hurdles)


Grenada Lindon Victor (Multi)


Bermuda Bruce DeGrilla (Jumps)


Press contact: Ardi Dwornik, +646-547-5612, [email protected], @ESPN_Ardi

Gabriela Nuñez

Gaby Nuñez is manager of communications for ESPN Deportes and ESPN Latin American. She joined ESPN in October 2010 and is based in the company’s New York City offices. In this role, Gaby is responsible for the creative development, strategy and overall publicity efforts for ESPN Deportes and ESPN Latin America. Gaby grew up in Caracas, Venezuela and later moved to the U.S. Prior to joining ESPN, Gaby worked a various PR agencies in Miami and Los Angeles. She holds a B.A. from Florida International University.
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