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Former Olympic swimmer feels pain of Barbadian athletes

Anmar Goodridge-Boyce, anmargoodridge-boyce@nationnews.com

Added 23 March 2020


Lani Cabrera: “I do feel the hurt for my fellow athletes this Olympic year.” (FP)

With the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games under threat due to the novel coronavirus, former Barbadian Olympic swimmer Lani Cabrera is feeling the pain of local athletes who have their eyes set on competing at the largest sporting show.

In fact, Cabrera, who currently resides in Castiglione Delle Stiviere, Italy, told NATION SPORT she believes Barbados stood a good chance of performing well at the games, which are now likely to be postponed.

“I do feel the hurt for my fellow athletes this Olympic year. There is uncertainty of being able to attend an Olympic Games or what will be the final decision on the Tokyo Olympics.

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