March 26, 2019
Tynia Gaither. (File photo)
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TYNIA Gaither, one of the leading ladies in the Bahamian short sprints, was hoping that the 2020 Olympic Games would have still taken place in Tokyo, Japan, in July. But she’s thrilled to know that it’s just being postponed until 2021 and not cancelled.
A NUMBER of Bahamians turned in credible performances over the weekend in both the professional and collegiate ranks.Gaither fourth in TorunAt the World Athletics Indoor Tour’s Orlen Copernicus Cup in Torun, Poland, sprinter Tynia Gaither got fourth
It was another successful weekend for a number of Bahamians, representing their respective college and university track and field teams at various meets around the United States.
WITH the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations’ National Track and Field Championships fast approaching, some of the elite athletes were in action over the weekend at the Star Athletics Sprint Series at the Montverde Academy in Montverde, Flor
SPRINTER Tynia Gaither picked up a big win over the weekend at the Tom Tellez Invitational at the Tom Tellez Track.
It was a relatively good start to the outdoor track and field campaign for Bahamian female sprinter TyNia Gaither as she finished in the top three in the female double sprints in the Prairie View Relays at the Memorial Stadium.