For the second year running, track and field fans from anywhere in the world will be able to watch the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls' Athletics Championships - slated for March 28-31 - courtesy of SportsMax.
The Caribbean cable giant will be providing live worldwide Internet streaming at no cost, live television coverage on SportsMax throughout 24 Caribbean countries (excluding Jamaica), and live television coverage on SportsMax's sister station, CEEN, in the United States. SportsMax exclusively holds the international TV and Internet licence for the championships via a deal inked with ISSA in 2011.
The live stream will include live daily coverage from the National Stadium, as well as features and analysis led by four-time Olympic medallist, Trinidadian Ato Boldon, and renowned sports analyst and commentator Lance Whittaker.
"We've decided to offer the stream at no charge for the second year running to give track and field enthusiasts worldwide the ability to see the most exciting high-school track and field meet in the world, and to partake in celebrating the stellar performances of our athletes on a global basis," said SportsMax Regional Marketing Manager Tanya Lee.
The coverage will be streamed live on http://www.Facebook.com/SportsMax, http://www.facebook.com/CEENTV and www.livestream.com/champsonsportsmax.