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How to watch the 2023 NACAC New Life Invitational free?

Several athletes from the Caribbean and United States are in action at the 2023 NACAC New Life Invitational and it is streaming live on the Puma American Track League YouTube Channel.

2023 NACAC New Life Invitational
2023 NACAC New Life Invitational

The 2023 NACAC New Life Invitational meeting is streaming live on the Puma American Track League YouTube Channel and you can watch the action for free on Saturday, 13 May!

Several senior and junior athletes from the Caribbean and the United States will be in action today in Freeport, Bahamas and you will not want to miss any of the action. A selected number of athletes from around the world are also invited to compete at the meeting.

The competition will begin at around 4:00 p.m. ET on YouTube and the event is part of the 2023 World Athletics Continental Tour Silver series meeting.

The athletes are using the meet as part of their preparations for the 2023 World Athletics Championships later this summer.

Kemba Nelson, the former Oregon sprint star and a member of the Jamaican 4x100m silver medal team at the World Championships at Oregon22 last year, is targeting the women’s 100m title, while her teammate Tia Clayton is also entered in the event.

Joseph Amoah of Ghana is among the international athletes competing today and he is looking to win the men’s 100m title today and he will race in the first heat of the event alongside Eric Harrison Jr. of Trinidad and Tobago.

Jamaica’s Sachin Dennis is also entered in the men’s 100m alongside Tyquendo Tracey.

World bronze medalist Sada Williams of Barbados will go up against the likes of Charokee Young and Stacey-Ann Williams of Jamaica in the women’s 400m dash.

Mellissa is a hard-working track and field follower who likes to travel and have fun with anyone she communicates with, for example, go running with them! Yay! Mellissa is a former Pride News writer who now spends her time working with kids and following the sport she loves.

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