Primary School 3k road race
THA Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles starts the road race.
Assistant Secretary in the Office of the Chief Secretary Marisha Osmond presents the winner’s trophy to Jelesia Alexander, of Scarborough RC, while second placed Olivia Ramsaran of Signal Hill Government, second from left, and Jelisha Pollard, right, third, of Pentecostal Light and Life Ministries Primary School.
Co-ordinator of the Multi-cultural Education Unit of the Division of Education Rennison Quashie, presents 3K road race winner Nyah Davis of Mt St George Methodist Primary School with the trophy while second placed Ben Israel Bannister of Mason Hall Government, left, and Yeshua Prescod of Pentecostal Light and Life Ministries School look on.
Assistant Secretary in the Office of the Chief Secretary Marisha Osmond presents Signal Hill Government School teacher Seldon Tobias with the trophy for the school who topped the 3K road race, while pupils of the school who took part in the event look on during the prize distribution ceremony at the Dwight Yorke Stadium.
Primary School students compete in a 3K road race from the Calder Hall Road Crosswalk, Administrative Complex to the Dwight Yorke Stadium on Wednesday (March 8, 2017). It was the first event of the Tobago Primary Schools Track and Field Championship which continues next Wednesday (March 15).