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grenada

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Capital
St George’s

Population
98,000

Independence
1974
National sports hero
Alleyne Francique (400m)

Watch out for
Jackie-Ann Morain (400m hurdles)

Grenada’s first Games came in 1970 and they have competed at four in total without winning a medal.

In 1998, they sent a team of two to Malaysia. Both competed in team events.

Did you know?
Newly-qualified English Premiership football referee Joseph Ross hails from Grenada.

Ross, who was born in Madigras in St George’s, has been a football official for 18 years - starting out at park level and working his way up through the leagues.

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