Hall Of Fame

Source: BarbadosFaces.com

Akela Jones

Akela Jones climb in the athletic world started when she was a student at the Hilda Skeene Primary school where she excelled in various events and impressed coaches with her natural talent at the primary school athletic championships.

When Akela entered the Springer Memorial School, her skills were immediately recognised and thus she became one of the most outstanding athletes at the Secondary inter school sports, where she was unbeatable in the high jump, long jump 100metres and 400metres.  Akela also played netball and volleyball for Springer Memorial School.

By the age of 13, Akela had her first taste of Carifta success in St. Kitts and Nevis and from there she went on to win 15 Carifta medals.  She is a Caribbean and Central American Champion in under-17 high jump for which she holds the record and she was also a CAC Junior long jump champion.  Read more

Sade-Mariah Greenidge

Sade-Mariah Greenidge was born on the 13th of October 1993. In 2011, Sade won silver in the Girls U-20 100m hurdles at the Carifta Games. The following year, she follow up her silver medal win by winning the gold medal in the same event.

In 2013, Sade ran a personal best of 13.16 sec in the 100m hurdles and in 2015 she was named “The American Athletic Conference Track Athlete of the Week” after her outstanding performance in the 100m and 400m hurdles at the Rice Lopez Bayou Classic in the USA.

Sade-Mariah Greenidge is currently a student at the University of Houston.


Shari Matthews

Abeje Carrington, (volleyball)

Agnes (Riley) Crichlow (Hockey, Track, Netball)

Charlia Warner

Rossana Warner

Sandra Jones

Andrea Nichols (Hockey)

Shonette (Azore) Bruce

Nakita (Piggott) Payne

Makeba Clarke,