UG student/athletes off to UDUAL Games in Curacao

-UG Vice Chancellor Dr. Ivelaw Griffith urges them to be good ambassadors

Vice Chancellor of The University of Guyana Dr. Ivelaw Griffith, Deputy Vice Chancellor Professor Paloma Mohamed and members of faculty with the contingent to represent UG in Vice Chancellor of The University of Guyana Dr. Ivelaw Griffith, Deputy Vice Chancellor Professor Paloma Mohamed and members of faculty with the contingent to represent UG in Curaçao yesterday.  

Some 41 student/athletes from the University of Guyana (UG) are set to depart Guyana today and tomorrow for the Organization of Universities of Latin American and Caribbean (UDUAL) Games in Curacao.

The games, which are scheduled to run from November 23- 27 will see participation from countries including Bonaire, Panama, Santa Domingo, Guyana and host Curacao.

The Guyana contingent will compete in four of the disciplines.

Along with the returning basketball team, for the first time UG will have teams competing in the chess, table tennis and track and field…..

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