Commonwealth Games 2010: Caribbean Facts
With the 2010 Commonwealth Games in full swing, we look at some interesting facts for each Caribbean nation competing in Delhi.
Games fact: Anguilla have sent a handful of athletes to each of their three Games, competing in athletics and cycling.
Antigua and Barbuda
Games fact: Former Prime Minister Lester Bryant Bird was a high jumper of some repute, winning bronze at the 1959 Pan-American Games.
Games fact: All but one of the Bahamas' 25 medals have come in track and field. The exception was a bronze in boxing in 1982.
Games fact: Their medal haul includes gold in weightlifting in 1958 and athletics at the 1998 Games in Kuala Lumpur with a boxing bronze being their sole reward in Melbourne in 2006.
Games fact: Belize has been represented in athletics, boxing, cycling, shooting and weightlifting.
Games fact: Bermuda's solitary gold so far came in the 1990 high jump when Nicky Saunders triumphed. They have failed to medal at the last two Games.
British Virgin Islands
Games fact: British Virgin Islands have been represented in athletics, cycling and squash.
Games fact: Their only medal so far came in 2002 when Kareem Streete-Thompson won bronze in the men's high jump.
Games fact: After a break of 24 years, Dominica has appeared in the last four Commonwealth Games.
Games fact: Grenada won their first Commonwealth Games medal in 2006 when Alleyne Francique took silver in the men's 400m.
Games fact: Guyana's only medal in the last four Games came courtesy of Aliann Pompey, who won the women's 400m in 2002.
Games fact: Jamaica have won medals in each of the 14 Games they have entered, including a best-ever haul of 22 medals (10 golds) in 2006.
Games fact: Montserrat's participation in the Commonwealth Games has so far been limited to the men's 100m and 200m and men's high jump.
St Kitts and Nevis
Games fact: Sprinter Kim Collins won the islands' first-ever Commonwealth medal and major title in 2002. The government released a set of postage stamps honouring him and named a main road after him.
Games fact: Medalled in Manchester at the sixth time of asking when Dominic Johnson won bronze in the pole vault.
St Vincent and the Grenadines
Games fact: Attended four Games from 1958 as St Vincent, winning bronze in 1970 and a gold in 1974 - both in boxing. They have since competed with the Grenadines, without medalling.
Trinidad and Tobago
Games fact: Their only gold medal since 1966 came when Ato Boldon won the men's 100m in 1998.
Turks and Caicos Islands
Games fact: All four appearances have been with all-male teams.