NASSAU, Bahamas (April 6) – The 50th Carifta Bahamas Games 2023 will kick off on April 7 with an opening ceremony at the Thomas A Robinson National Stadium, followed by a three-day competition from April 8-10. The event will feature some of the most talented junior athletes from the Caribbean. As usual, a number of college coaches have already arrived in the Bahamas to scout for potential recruits in the region.
Where To Watch The 2023 Carifta Games Live Stream?
Caribbean fans and enthusiasts from around the world can watch the Carifta Games 2023 live on SportMax, SportsMax2, the SportsMax App, as well as Ceen TV in the Bahamas and CVM TV in Jamaica, ZNS Bahamas and CNC3 in Trinidad and Tobago. Live streaming, TV coverage, and updates will be available for fans who can’t make it to the stadium. For live results, please click here. Friday’s opening ceremony will take place from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Ticket purchases are still available for the games. PURCHASE TICKETS.
Among the featured athletes set to compete at this year’s event are Jamaicans Alana Reid and Bouwahjgie Nkrumie, who broke national U20 records in the 100m race at Champs 2023 in Kingston last week. Additionally, last year’s Sir Austin Sealy Award winner Adaejah Hodge from the British Virgin Islands, will participate in the Games again this year. – Read Also: Jamaica named Carifta Games team; Hibbert, Reid, Nkrumie head the squad.
Meanwhile, Tonique Williams-Darling, the Bahamian icon and the 2004 Olympic and 2005 world champion in the women’s 400m, will serve as the Director of Event Media Now, and she is excited about the upcoming games. Read more: Bahamas named 56 athletes for 50th CARIFTA Games 2023
She revealed that the majority of tickets to attend the event have already been sold and revealed that there are several unique activities listed on the schedule to showcase the many different cultures that will be in attendance.
NOTE: Jamaica is poised to maintain its long-standing dominance over regional rivals at this year’s Carifta Games, having topped the medal tables since 1985.