Caribbean athletes want to do their traumatized country proud

Hurricanes Irma and Maria hit most of the Caribbean countries which have athletes competing at the Commonwealth Games.

    Hurricanes Irma and Maria hit most of the Caribbean countries which have athletes competing at the Commonwealth Games.

    Across the islands, sports facilities were badly damaged. Kyron McMaster is one of many who, since the hurricanes, has moved to the United States to train.

    For McMaster winning a medal is not a priority at the Commonwealth Games, he simply wants to do his traumatized country proud.

    Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas reports.


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