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St. George’s, Grenada: de Spice Events, organizer of Grenada’s biggest triathlon, has announced the date for Tri de Spice 2017. Scheduled for Sunday 9th July at Port Louis Marina against the backdrop of the breathtaking St. George’s harbor, this year’s Tri de Spice promises to be another spectacular triathlon event. 

Attracting hundreds of triathletes from countries such as the United States of America, the United Kingdom, Germany, Canada, Guadeloupe, Antigua & Barbuda, Barbados, Trinidad & Tobago, Grenada’s international triathlon is renowned for being an event for everyone. From the Sprint Triathlon to the Try-a-Tri, there are a number of races to accommodate all ages and abilities. “Best of all,” says Marc De Caul, Director of de Spice Events, “the races are all on closed, relatively flat roads.”

The 2017 Tri de Spice will feature the Sprint Triathlon (750m swim – 20km bike – 5km run) as the main event. According to De Caul, “this distance, as the name suggests, is on the shorter end in the triathlon world, so it is fast, fun, and offers a huge cash prize purse.” In addition to the Sprint Triathlon, there will be Junior Triathlon and Try-a-Tri distances. 

For more information about Tri de Spice 2017, visit 
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St. George’s, Grenada: Nineteen-year-old Willan George, originally from Gouyave, Grenada, is the winner of the 2016 Run de Spice Marathon, completing the 42.2 km road race in a time of 4:41:25. 
Willan, running for the reachwithin team, a charitable organisation dedicated to supporting vulnerable children in Grenada, was closely followed by Cleve Pile from Trinidad & Tobago with a time of 4:42:18. Finishing third was Philomena Robertson, who has run for Grenada and reachwithin at the New York City Marathon, in a time of 5:31:47. 
In addition to the marathoners, dozens of runners adorned with glowing bracelets and flashing lights raced along the scenic route to complete the Run de Spice half-marathon and 5K races, truly making the event Grenada’s brightest marathon experience. Winning the half-marathon and 5K races were Barbadians Karim Maycock and Dwayne Atherley in times of 1:47:01 and 23:48 respectively. In a small prize-giving ceremony following the races, Marc DeCaul, director of deSpice Events, commended the runners for their determination and tremendous effort. 
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