Four British Virgin Islands athletes are competing in event finals at the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia on Thursday, April 12.
The four locals who advanced to Thursday’s finals in their respective events are 400-metre hurdles runner Kyron McMaster, long jumper Chantel Malone, and discus throwers Tynelle and Trevia Gumbs.
While these athletes work on their respective campaigns for a spot on the podium, telecommunications company Flow will be hosting a breakfast watch party of the competition at Captain Mulligans in Nanny Cay.
The watch party will begin at 5:30am on Thursday and is a collaborative effort between the telecoms company, the BVI Olympics Commonwealth Games Association, and the Ministry of Education and Culture.
Complimentary breakfast will be served to the first 50 persons in attendance, said Flow.
“We are delighted to partner with the BVI Olympics Committee, the Ministry of Education and Culture, as well as the management of Captain Mulligan’s in bringing the community together to support our athletes as they represent the territory at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, which is an excellent platform and opportunity for exposure of our young people,” said Flow’s Marketing and Communications Manager, Nadia James Harris.
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