Jereme Richards & Michelle–Lee Ahye to represent T&T in World Athletics Indoor Championships 2024

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Trinidad and Tobago: Jereme Richards and Michelle–Lee Ahye are all set to represent Trinidad and Tobago in the World Athletics Indoor Championships 2024. The championship will be conducted in Glasgow, Great Britain and Northern Ireland from 1st March to 3rd March 2024. 

World Athletics Indoor Championships is a track and field event in which the participants will be competing for the global indoor title in Glasgow, Scotland in the 19th edition of the World Athletics Indoor Championship. 

Jereem Richards and Michelle–Lee Ahye will compete in the Men 400m and Women’s 600m respectively. They will be accompanied by Paul Voisin, the Team Manager and Coach and Nicole Fuentes Charles, the Team Medical Official. 

Notably, Jereem was the winner of the World Indoor 400 Champion 2022 by making the golden record of 45.00. Meanwhile, Michelle–Lee Ahye stood in the 7th spot with a time frame of 7.11 in the Women 60m final. 

The exceptionally talented athletes of Trinidad and Tobago are all set to showcase their skills, abilities and techniques. They are ready once again to capture the hearts of the audience through their electrifying performances. 

The competition will not be easy for both the athletes, as according to the reports, 651 athletes comprising 133 teams will participate in the competition to clinch the title. 

The list of the participants includes the names of many world record-holders. Out of 651 athletes, 331 women and 320 men have registered themselves for the competition. Meanwhile, 18 gold medallists of the last edition will be competing to claim another title and add one more feather to their cap. 

Also, getting selected for such a prestigious tournament is not easy, but the selection of both Jereem Richards and Michelle–Lee Ahye is a testament to the unwavering commitment and dedication of both players. 

However, the sports administration of Trinidad and Tobago have expressed their faith in both the athletes and have extended best wishes to both for the wonderful championship. 

Along with that, the residents of the community also took to their social media accounts and extended wishes to the athletes and the team. 

One person with a Facebook account Danae James commented “Jareem pretty good, but good luck to both.”

Another person commented the following “The competition will not be easy for the players but I am sure they will definitely work hard to earn the title.”

“All the best Trinidad and Tobago team, hoping for your victory,” wrote another person. 

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