St Kitts and Nevis: PM Terrance Drew applauds special olympians success in Berlin

Dr Terrance Drew, extended his congratulatory message to the team of Special Olympians who travelled to Berlin for the Special Olympics world games.

The Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, Dr Terrance Drew, extended his congratulatory message to the team of Special Olympians who travelled to Berlin for the Special Olympics world games. Meanwhile, The team of special Olympians returned after a successful stint of athletic prowess at the games. The prime minister was also present at the welcome-back ceremony for the team.

The team of the Special Olympians and the delegation who accompanied them returned after a highly successful stint at the Robert L Bradshaw International Airport. Accordingly, The Prime Minister took to his social media to share glimpses of the welcome-back ceremony. Dr Drew applauded the whole team of athletes in his social media post.


He also shared that Our Special Olympics Athletes won nine (9) medals across four sports events. They competed at the Special Olympics World Games in Berlin on behalf of St Kitts and Nevis. The team brought the following medals at the Berlin Special Olympics.

Athletics: 2 Gold. Cycling: 1 Bronze. Swimming: 1 Gold, 2 Bronze. Tennis: 2 Gold, 1 Bronze. The entire nation is extremely proud of their accomplishments.

Prime Minister Dr Terrance Drew gave the team his heartfelt greetings and congratulations. The Prime Minister shared several images from the welcome-back ceremony. Prime Minister Drew shared that several other government members were also at the event.

PM Terrance Drew and the other ministers in his administration expressed their pride and joy at the accomplishment of the Special Olympics. Further, The team of special athletes have always represented their nation well on the international stage. They bring laurels and success to all of the country through their performance.

The country’s people also expressed their delight in accomplishing the Special Olympics of St Kitts and Nevis. They shared several well-done messages. They applauded the special olympians’ efforts through which they brought nine medals to the federation.

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