PRESIDENT of the National Association of Athletics Administration (NAAA), Ephraim Serrette, yesterday heaped praise on the national female athletes after some fine performances at the NGC/Sagicor NAAA National Senior Championships held at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo, last weekend.
National sprint queen Michelle Lee Ahye continued her domination of the track with gold in the 200m final yesterday at the NAAA National Senior Championships which came to an end at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo.
MICHELLE-LEE Ahye broke the national women’s 100-metre record on her way to the title, while Emmanuel Callender won his first national 100m title at the NGC/Sagicor Open Championships at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo, yesterday.
The Rebirth champion runner held-off a very strong field to win the women’s 100 metres crown with a new national and championship record time of 10.82 seconds on the Second day of the NGC/Sagicor/NAAA National Open Track and Field Championships out at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo, last night.
One selfless London Marathon runner sacrificed his own race to help a physically exhausted fellow runner across the finishing line.
RollTide.com will be posting Q&As with members of the Crimson Tide track & field teams throughout the season so fans can get to know the student-athletes competing for the Tide. This week, we visit with junior sprinter Jereem Richards. The Port Fortin, Trinidad & Tobago native is in his first season with Alabama after transferring from South Plains College in Levelland, Texas. Richards won the 200 meters at the SEC Indoor Track & Field Championships in February and broke the school record in the 200 at the NCAA Championships on March 11. He also anchored the Tide's 4x400-meter relay squad to a school record time on Feb. 25.
T&T’s Tyriq Horsford accomplished a hat-trick of victories in the Boys Under-18 javelin and he did it in style yesterday in Curacao at the Flow Carifta Games.