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CARIFTA Games – photos

Prime Minister Perry Christie officially opened the 42nd CARIFTA Games (pictured, left) during a ceremony at the Thomas A Robinson National Stadium March 29, 2013. See more photos of the games here. (BIS Photos/Derek Smith/Letisha Henderson) 

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Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Prime Minister Perry Christie officially opened the 42nd CARIFTA Games during a ceremony at the Thomas A Robinson National Stadium March 29, 2013.

This is the seventh time that The Bahamas has hosted the regional games, which ran March 29–April 1.

Cadets march with the official CARIFTA flagclearathletes parade around the trackclearfans cheering for their favourite athletesclearPM stands as the Bahamian contingent passes
National Dance Troup performscleardancer performsclearAustin Sealy (centre) of BarbadosclearPM talks with Bahamian athletes

Captions: (top row, left-right) The Royal Bahamas Police Force Cadets march with the official CARIFTA flag during the opening ceremony of the 42nd CARIFTA Games at Thomas A Robinson Stadium March 29, 2013. (2) The Bahamian athletes participating in the CARIFTA Games parade around the track during the opening ceremony of the 42nd CARIFTA Games March 29, 2013. (3) The Thomas A Robinson Stadium was packed with fans cheering for their favourite athletes during the opening ceremony of the 42nd CARIFTA Games. (4) Prime Minister Perry Christie stands as the Bahamian contingent passes during the Parade of Athletes at the opening of the 42nd CARIFTA Games. Also standing at front from left: president Bahamas Amateur Athletic Association Mike Sands; senior vice president, International Association of Athletics Federations Council Bob Hersh; and Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Daniel Johnson. (second row) The National Dance Troup performs at the 42nd CARIFTA Games. (Prior photos/Letisha Henderson/Following Derek Smith) A dancer performs while the Bahamas All Star Marching Band plays at the 42nd CARIFTA Games. (7) Austin Sealy of Barbados, one of the inaugurators of the CARIFTA Games, was honoured at the opening of the 42nd CARIFTA Games. Also pictured at left: Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Daniel Johnson; and right, Prime Minister Perry Christie. (last) Prime Minister Perry Christie talks with one of the Bahamian athletes.

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