A quartet of female sprinters shall be representing the St. Kitts and Nevis Amateur Athletic Association (SKNAAA) at the 2017 Trinidad & Tobago National Open Championships. This came about upon the invitation of the National Association of Athletics Administration of Trinidad and Tobago (NAAATT).
The team shall comprise of the following:
- Donnell Esdaille – Head Coach
- Tameka Williams – Athlete
- Shenel Crooke – Athlete
- Kristal Liburd – Athlete
- Amaya Clarke – Athlete
The four (4) women shall be competing in the 4X100m. Ms. Tameka Williams and Ms. Shenel Crooke, national sprint double champion and runner up shall both contest the 100m as an opportunity to qualify for the IAAF World Championships in Athletics, London, England, scheduled for August 2017.
They shall also be using this opportunity to sharpen their race strategy for competing in next weekend’s OECS Track & Field Championships, St. Georges, Grenada.
The SKNAAA is elated to invest in female sprinting in an effort to regain the momentum that was established over a decade ago.
Press Release: St. Kitts & Nevis Olympic Committee