Ayanna Alexander of T&T competes in the women’s triple jump final at Carrara Stadium during the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast, Australia, yesterday. AP PICTURE

There is a breath of fresh air blowing through the T&T camp out at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in Australia and it continued yesterday as Jereem Richards made his first appearance at the event with victory in his preliminary 200 metres heat in which he record a time of 20.33 seconds to advance to today’s semifinals, carded for 7.06 am (TT time).

Read more: FIVE 200M RACES FOR T&T TODAY

Michelle-Lee Ahye of Trinidad and Tobago reacts after winning the women’s 100m final at Carrara Stadium during the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast yesterday. More reactions on Pages A5 & A29 PICTURE AP

There was a "Roar" and with it came Michelle-Lee Ahye, who soared above all in winning the Commonwealth Games Women’s 100 metres title in Gold Coast, Australia, yesterday.

Read more: AHYE’S GOLD COAST GOLD

Trinidad and Tobago’s Michelle-Lee Ahye, second right, leads the field to win her women’s 100m semifinal at the Carrara Stadium during the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast, Australia, yesterday.

MICHELLE-LEE Ahye, Reyare Thomas and Khalifa St Fort will line up today, from 7.50 am (TT time) in the women’s 100-metre final, at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, currently taking place in the Gold Coast, Australia.

Read more: Three TT women in 100m final

T&T’s Michelle-Lee Ahye following her victory in the Women’s 100m Sprint Finals of the Gold Coast 2018 XXI Commonwealth Games at Carrara Stadium, Gold Coast, Australia, yesterday. PICTURE CA-IMAGES/ALLAN CRANE

National sprinter Michelle-Lee Ahye created history yesterday when she won this country’s first gold medal at the Commonwealth Games with a stunning performance in the Women’s 100m final at the Carrara Stadium, Gold Coast, Australia.

Read more: Mom: Michelle-Lee now eyes Olympic victory

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Trinidad and Tobgao's female sprinters made history today (Sunday 8th) at the Carrara Stadium after all three women qualified for the Women's 100m Final.

Read more: Future is Female: Ahye, Thomas and St. Fort Qualify for the Finals

Trinidad and Tobago's National Champion Michelle Lee Ahye. Photo: Allan_V._Crane

Trinidad and Tobago's National Champion Michelle Lee Ahye was crowned the fastest woman in the Commonwealth after crossing the finish line in 11.14 seconds in the Women's 100m Final. It makes for double celebration as she turns 26 tomorrow (April 10th).

Read more: Fastest Woman in the Commonwealth

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