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THE short turnaround time between the Barbados Secondary Schools’ Athletic Championships and CARIFTA is not a big deal for head coach of the Barbados CARIFTA team, Bryan Holder, who believes the transitional side will be just fine in Grenada.

“The aspect about if we have enough time is really, to my mind, not so important. It is what we have and we are going to work with it,” said Holder.

He spoke to WEEKEND SPORT on Tuesday evening just before the team’s training session at the National Stadium. The athletes were able to train on Monday, Tuesday and yesterday, and are scheduled to leave the island today for the Spice Isle.

Holder has been the head coach of the CARIFTA team for the past four years and is confident the athletes will give of their best in Grenada. (PG)

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


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