Coach upset at Thompson’s unsure World Juniors status

- AAG president Hutson says association can’t pay for athlete’s ticket

 

As the countdown intensifies for the World Junior track and field championships, top United States-based coach Shaun Dietz feels Guyana has an excellent chance to produce its best ever display which however can be ruined if the local national governing does not act with more alacrity.

The “unsure status” of fast improving sprinter Brenessa Thompson’s participation is of concern to her coach Dietz who feels her inclusion could produce at least two medals.

Guyana has a single medal won at the World’s most prestigious junior athletics competition in 2012 through Kadecia Baird who, …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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