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Muna Issa Welcomes IAAF World Relay Teams as Breezes Bahamas Hosts Athletes

Nassau Resort Served as Official Athlete Village for Track & Field Event

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U.S. gold medal Olympian DeDe Trotter (right) proudly displays USA’s first Golden Baton, awarded to the best overall team across all ten finals at the IAAF World Relays in Nassau on May 25, with Muna Issa (left), vice president, operations, SuperClubs, at

U.S. gold medal Olympian DeDe Trotter (right) proudly displays USA’s first Golden Baton, awarded to the best overall team across all ten finals at the IAAF World Relays in Nassau on May 25, with Muna

It was an incredible honor to have hosted this exclusive group. We like to think we played a hand in the world records set, as all of the winning teams stayed at Breezes Resorts.

Nassau, Bahamas (PRWEB) May 30, 2014

During the weekend of May 24- 25, Breezes Resort and Spa in Nassau, Bahamas, served as the official athlete village for the IAAF World Relays 2014, an international annual track and field sporting event which event brought together the best athletes in the world.

With over 500 participants staying at the 391-room Super-Inclusive resort, special accommodations were made for these elite runners. Not only were they the first guests to sleep on brand new mattresses (as part of the hotel’s refurbishment) but the dining room also served specially prepared meals that that were both familiar to the athletes from Great Britain, Italy, Germany, France, Kenya, Nigeria, Belgium, Jamaica, Japan, Barbados, and the U.S., and were protein and carbohydrate rich, as the sprinters needed.

“It was an incredible honor to have hosted this exclusive group,” said Muna Issa, vice president, operations at SuperClubs and longtime supporter of the Jamaica team. “We like to think we played a hand in the world records set, as all of the winning teams stayed at Breezes Resorts.”

U.S. gold medal Olympian DeDe Trotter (photo on right) proudly displays USA’s first Golden Baton, awarded to the best overall team across all ten finals at the IAAF World Relays in Nassau on May 25, with Muna Issa (left), vice president, operations, SuperClubs, at Breezes Bahamas, the official athlete village for the elite event.

About Breezes Bahamas Resort & Spa
Breezes Bahamas, the first and only Super-Inclusive® resort in The Bahamas, sits on a 1,000-foot stretch of legendary Cable Beach where guests can sink their toes into powder white sands and crystal waters under the Caribbean sun. The beachfront resort features three freshwater pools, which include a Sip & Dip swim-up bar. If you’ve got a sense of adventure, Breezes Bahamas has a sport for you, boasting a seemingly endless variety of land and water activities from rock wall climbing, tennis and beach volleyball to kayaking and windsurfing. Guests can also indulge in relaxing massages and treatments at the à la carte Blue Mahoe Spa. At night, adults can enjoy a lively piano bar which stays open until the last person leaves, or they can take their chances at one of the many nearby casinos.

Breezes Bahamas welcomes singles, couples and families with children age 14 and older. The “Super-Inclusive” concept offers the best vacation value – virtually everything you can eat, drink and do is included in one simple, upfront price with no tipping allowed.

For more information or reservations, visit http://www.breezes.com, call 1-877-BREEZES (273-3937) or contact a local travel agent.


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