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Minister of Youth, Sports & Culture Congratulates Ariana

2/21/2010 9:05:00 AM
Minister of Youth, Sports & Culture Congratulates Arianna

Below is a letter from The Hon. Charles T. Maynard, Minister of Youth Sports and Culture congratulating Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace on her wins at the SEC's.

Arianna won both the100 fly in a time of 52.55 and 100 free in a time of 47.93.

--Charles_Maynard

"Good morning Arianna, I just wanted to offer congratulations on behalf of the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture on your most outstanding success. I am told that you are the first Bahamian to have achieved to wins in this fashion and possibly the first person of any nationality to do what you have done.

We are proud of you and continue to pray that you will continue towards your goals which we know includes Olympic Golds.

Keep up the good work.

Charles Maynard"

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