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Nov.26 - Barbados Chara Hinds and Zahra Gaskin were the first athletes in competition for the Barbados at the Inaugural Junior Pan American Games in Cali Colombia on Friday 26th November 2021. Competing in the women’s triathlon in the morning Hinds finished 24th and Gaskin 25th in the event.
Nov. 26 - Barbados Niel Skinner took to the water two hours after the first athletes for Barbados started the Inaugural Junior Pan American Games in Cali Colombia on Friday 26th November 2021.
Nov. 27 - Barbados Keilani Talma narrowly missed out on setting another new personal best when she contest the B Final of the Women's 200m Butterfly on Friday night Hernando Botero O’byrne Pool in Cali Colombia.
Nov.27 - Barbados Danielle Treasure and Jack Kirby turned in two impressive performances in their respective B Final at Hernando Botero O’byrne Pool in Cali Colombia in Saturday. Treasure finished third, while Kirby was fourth in women and men’s 200m backstroke respectively.
Nov. 27 - Playing in the Round of 16 of the Inaugural Junior Pan American Games in Cali Colombia on Saturday 27th November 2021, and with a quarter final berth at stake, Robinson found himself down early in the first game but went on a 5-0 run to move into the lead at 5-3.
Nov.29 - An hour and 40-minute marathon of a match saw Barbados duo of Hannah Chambers and Stephen Slocombe battle valiantly in their mixed doubles match against Team Guatemala.
Nov.30 - Barbados’ Kenady King went down in four straight sets when she faced off against Puerto Rico’s Faniola Diaz in her women’s singles table tennis match. Playing in the Round of 16 at the first edition of the Junior Pan American Games in Cali Colombia, King took to the court on Tuesday to give it her best to try to advance.
Dec. 1 - Barbados’ Greco wrestler Jayden Gay, did not have a chance to settle in his 130 kg match against Juan Torres from Panama. Competing at the Inaugural Junior Pan American Games in Cali Colombia.
Dec. 2 - In the grueling 75-km women’s Cycling Road Race, which took over two hours to complete, Barbados Amber Joseph finished 19th overall in a field of 40.
Nov.28 - Barbados Amber Joseph rode brilliantly in the Women’s Omnium but a missed break in the final event, the Points race and saw her chance of winning a medal at Inaugural Junior Pan American Games slip away from her.
Nov. 26 - Stepping onto the court Barbados Kennie King put up a valiant fight but went down in straight sets when he was defeated by Cuba’s Roberto Vazquez at the Pacific Valley Events Center on Court 3 in Cali Colombia.