2019 Trinidad & Tobago Beach Games

Over 175 athletes, coaches, and volunteers descended on Las Cuevas Beach in Trinidad for the 4th annual Special Olympics Beach Games. Athletes from across the region competed in open water swimming, beach volleyball, an aquathlon, beach football, bocce, and powerlifting.

Along with the games, regional Unified sports beach games clinics were held for local and regional coaches. The purpose of the clinics was to educate coaches on training techniques to properly prepare their athletes for various beach sports for international competition.

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