Thursday, April 18, 2024

Hoyte must apologise


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ST LEONARD’S schoolboy Jaquone Hoyte now seems set to go into his starting blocks at the Barbados Secondary Schools Athletic Championships (BSSAC) from as early as tomorrow when the Esther Maynard Zone starts at the National Stadium.

NATION SPORT understands that there has been a resolution to the year-long dispute involving Hoyte and one of the school’s physical education teachers.

Hoyte, who represented Barbados at last year’s CARIFTA Games and is seeking to again do so at month end in Grenada, has been ordered to a make a public apology to the teacher before the entire school during today’s morning assembly.

The loose-limbed sprinter, who is the fastest schoolboy in the country, had been previously told that he was suspended from running at BSSAC and was debarred from participating at his school’s sports.

Please read the full story in today’s Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.


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