Evans Jones Honored with Lifetime Recognition at National Sports Awards for Decades of Athletic Leadership and Administration

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Mr. Evans Jones was honored with a Lifetime Recognition at the National Sports Awards for his remarkable contributions to athletics and sports administration.

With a career spanning 39 years, he held key roles in the Ministry of Sport, including Athletics Coordination (1989-2004) and Assistant Director of sports (2004-2023). In 2012, Jones completed a Managing Sport Organization diploma recognized by the International Olympic Committee.

He is a World Athletics Level 5 Academy Chief Coach, delivering lectures internationally since 1992 on topics like Biomechanics and Sports Psychology. Jones serves as the Technical Director for the Panthers International Elite Track Club and has coached at various Olympic and Youth Games, including the Commonwealth Youth Games.

Notably, he was the Strength and Conditioning Physical Trainer for the Antigua and Barbuda Cricket Team at the 1998 Commonwealth Games and worked with Stanford 20/20 Cricket from 2006 to 2008.

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