Jamaican Danniel Thomas-Dodd on her way to winning the women Shot Put title with a throw of 19.36m at the Commonwealth Games at the Carrara Stadium recently.

The XXI Commonwealth Games has ended, and most athletes and officials have returned to their respective territories; and in some cases moved on to other competitions. In Jamaica, like the rest of the Commonwealth, there are ongoing post-mortems, from the local governing body, government, and the average citizen.

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President of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC), Brian Lewis, said Commonwealth Games gold medallist Michelle-Lee Ahye, as an outstanding athlete and role model for Trinidad and Tobago, deserves respect.

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T&T Michelle-Lee Ahye acknowledges the crowd during her medal ceremony at the Gold Coast 2018 XXI Commonwealth Games at Carrara Stadium, Gold Coast, Australia, last week. PICTURE CA-IMAGES/ALLAN CRANE

“Do something good for the country…and they still find a way to be negative smh (shaking my head) Trinidadians.”

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Michelle-Lee Ahye of Trinidad and Tobago celebrates as she wins gold ahead of Christania Williams of Jamaica and Asha Philip of England. Photo: Getty.

Over 6,600 athletes and team officials from 71 nations and territories made history over 11 unforgettable days of world class sporting action.

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Michelle-Lee Ahye historic win in the 100m in 11.14 seconds at the 2018 Commonwealth Games which concluded at the Gold Coast, Australia, yesterday, is testimony of the benefits of hard work, discipline and perseverance on her part and work of her coach and support staff. She deserves all the accolades that have been showered upon her and the financial rewards to be bestowed from TTOC and the Ministry of Sport through the new sport policy on rewarding excellence.

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T&T’s top international distance runner Tonya Nero and national distance coach Dexter Voisin after she placed 14th in the Commonwealth Games women’s marathon in Gold Coast, Australia, yesterday. She clocked 2.55.14.

T&T’s top international women’s distance runner Tonya Nero finished a creditable 14th in the 26.2 miles Commonwealth Games women’s marathon event on the last day of competition out at the Gold Coast, Australia yesterday.

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Kyron McMaster celebrates after winning gold in the 400m hurdles at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast. Photograph: Paul Childs/Reuters

Kyron McMaster’s 400m hurdles win gave the British Virgin Islands a first ever Commonwealth gold, and came months after his coach Xavier Samuels was killed in Hurricane Irma

Read more: Kyron McMaster lets the tears flow after gold follows coach’s death
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