May 13, 2022
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With another triple crown to her ledger, Bahamian quarter-miler Shaunae Miller-Uibo emerged as The Tribune’s 2022 Female Athlete of the Year.
ALTHOUGH they competed in two different heats, Bahamas national champion Tynia Gaither had a better showing than runner-up Anthonique Strachan in the women’s 100 metres at the XXXV Meeting Citta’ Di Pasdova, Italy.
WHILE she celebrated her 29th birthday on Monday in transit from the Bahamas to Europe, sprinter Anthonique Strachan added another feather to her cap when she was elected as a Member-at-Large for the North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletes’ Commission.
SPRINTER Anthonique Strachan said she was quite devastated when she suffered the grade one strain to her left quad during Monday night’s heats of the women’s 200 metres at the World Championships.
One day after they both bowed out in the semi-finals of the women’s 100 metres on Sunday, Anthonique Strachan and Tynia Gaither returned yesterday to begin their campaign for a shot in the 200 in the World Championships at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon.
THE stage is set for Team Bahamas as competition gets underway today at the World Athletics’ 2022 World Championships in Eugene, Oregon, the first time the event is being staged in the United States of America for the first time since it officially got started in 1983 in Helsinki, Finland.
As Jamaica’s two-time double sprint champion Elaine Thompson-Herah went on to post a meet record in the women’s 100 metres at the Wanda Diamond League Meeting in Rabat on Sunday, a technical error left Bahamian Anthonique Strachan watching in disbelief in the starting blocks.
ANTHONIQUE Strachan continues a resurgent season with standout performances in some of the biggest stages in track and field.
Miller-Uibo third in Diamond League – wins for Gardiner and Wilson In Puerto Rico, Myers in Dominican Republic
WHILE Steven Gardiner prevailed in Ponce, Puerto Rico, Shaunae Miller-Uibo struggled in Doha, Qatar as the Bahamian reigning Olympic Games’ 400 metre champions took on some worthy opponents over the past two days.