The London born sportsman who will be representing Jamaica in Sprint Kayaking has now been appointed core brand ambassador for the multi million Aquatic Center in downtown Jamaica, West Indies.
Also known as ‘The Jamaican Kayaksman’ Tony has been competing internationally including, London, Spain, Ireland and Atlanta in the next few months. Over the past two years, working hard to his dream to become the first Jamaican to compete at the Rio Olympics 2016 however, if the opportunity doesn’t present itself, Tony continually aims for the Tokyo games in 2020.
Since Tony’s recent success, he was approached by the Jamaican Rowing Federation president, Leon McNeil who was looking for brand ambassadors for his new project in downtown Kingston. The Palisadoes Aquatic Sports Center, a multi-sport and fitness complex designed to a water sports hub which help increase the economy development, support the community & providing a camp for international athletes.
Equally Tony wishes to expose and promote sprint kayaking to the young & olders all over the world as well as fundraising for the Aquatic Center. He will also be joined by business mogul Levi Roots who is too involved in the project.