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Devynne Charlton is pictured with chef de mission Roy Colebrooke and LaQuan Nairn, who captured the first gold medal by a Bahamian male long jumper.

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SILVER STARDOM: Devynne Charlton 2nd in 100 hurdles, makes history

BIRMINGHAM, England — After starting the season as the first Bahamian female silver medallist at the World Championships in March, Devynne Charlton added another historic second place as the first Bahamian to medal in the women’s 100 metres hurdles at the 2022 Commonwealth Games.


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