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Bajan wins NACAC 10K

BASSETERRE – Barbadian Carlie Pipe and Omarco Robinson of St. Marteen were the winners of the St. Kitts’ leg of the 2012 NACAC 10K Caribbean Series held on Sunday.

Robinson captured first place in the male category with a time of 37. 15 minutes and carted off the US$500 cash prize and a ticket to move on to the next leg in Trinidad and Tobago, compliments NACAC.

Second place went to Ezra Calbone of Antigua and Barbuda who won himself a US$400 cash prize, while third place went to Brian Huggins who won $325 and fourth and fifth places were won by Kejon Parris of St. Kitts and Nevis and Shaquille Bardsley, who were awarded US$275 and US$250 respectively.

First place in the female category went to Pipe with a time of 48.50 minutes. She also won the US$500 cash prize and has progressed to the next stage.

The NACAC 10k Run started in Old Road by the Catholic Church and ended in front of Island Bakery on Fort Street.The NACAC Fourth Leg was held in Martinique on November 4, before coming to St Kitts and Nevis on Sunday.The next leg is scheduled for Trinidad and Tobago on December 2, and then moves on to St Vincent and the Grenadines on December 9.

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