Trinidad and Tobago Olympian Khalifa St. Fort has reportedly parted ways with her coach Ato Boldon.

Jamaica’s Briana Williams is the fastest junior in her country’s history after her 100-metre run at the Jacksonville Open on Saturday. 

With a trip to the World Championships in Doha firmly etched in her plans for this season, Trinidad and Tobago’s sprint star Khalifa St. Fort plans to open her season with a 200m run at a meet at UCLA on April 13.

 After experiencing Jamaica’s world-famous high school championships, Champs, for the very first time, 2018 CAC 100m silver medallist Khalifa St.Fort said she was blown away by the spectacle of it all.

After winning her first senior medal in the 100m at the CAC Games on Monday, T&T’s Khalifa St. Fort acknowledges that there are a few things she needs to improve on if she is to successfully transition into the senior ranks of athletics.

Jamaica’s Jonielle Smith got the better of Trinidad and Tobago’s Khalifa St. Fort to win the CAC Games 100m title on Monday night in Barranquilla, Colombia.

Jamaica’s Jonielle Smith and Trinidad and Tobago’s Khalifa St. Fort are headed for a clash in the finals of the Women’s 100m at the CAC Games in Colombia.

Jamaica’s Jonielle Smith opened her campaign in the 100m at the CAC Games in Colombia by winning her heat in the fastest time of the preliminary rounds on Sunday.

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.

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