In recognition of her outstanding break-out season last year, Jamaica’s fast-emerging track star Briana Williams has been nominated for the prestigious 2019 Laureus World Sports Award for Breakthrough of the Year.

She didn’t win but Jamaica’s Briana Williams had a great time in Monte Carlo at the IAAF Athletics Awards Gala and it could serve as motivation for a return when perhaps, a trophy could be waiting.

IAAF World U20 sprint double champions Briana Williams is in Monaco for Tuesday’s IAAF Awards with Doha on Tokyo on her mind.

Jamaica’s Briana Williams has been announced as one of the five finalists for the for the 2018 Female Rising Star Award to recognise this year's best U20 athlete.

IAAF World U20 100 and 200m champion Briana Williams said winning the 2018 North America Central America and Caribbean (NACAC) Junior Female Athlete of Year Award has given her the confidence to be even better in the coming season.

Now at the back-end of her career, decorated Jamaica champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce is confident the nation’s sprinting is in good hands with a number of new prospects already on the horizon.

Jamaica's World U20 sprint-double champion Briana Williams admits there is plenty of pressure in sharing the spotlight as one of the country’s next big things.

World U20 print double champion, Briana Williams, will set her sights on making Jamaica’s senior team to the IAAF World Championships in Doha, Qatar next season and join forces with the likes of Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Elaine Thompson.

Trinidadian coach Ato Boldon admits he was taken aback and somewhat surprised by sharp criticism that erupted from some T&T nationals regarding his coaching of Jamaica sprint double champion Briana Williams.

The coaching of Jamaican rising star Briana Williams by Trinidadian Ato Boldon has sparked a furious debate on social media.  Some have accused the former Olympian of coaching against his country T&T.

World U20 sprint double champion Briana Williams is revealing that her races against Olympic champions Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Elaine Thompson in the lead up to the U20 championships in Tampere, Finland, helped her become the first Jamaican female to win double sprint titles since Veronica Campbell Brown in 2000.

Reigning Olympic sprint double champion Elaine Thompson has offered words of encouragement to up and coming sprint sensation Briana Williams who recently accomplished a sprint double of her own.

Jamaica's Briana Williams stormed to victory in the 200m to collect her second sprint gold in less than 48 hours to sensationally cap her rise on the international stage. 

2018 World U20 100m champion Briana Williams cruised to an easy win in her semi-final heat on Friday to advance to the finals where she faces the dual American threat of Lauren Rain Williams and Jayla Kirkland.

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