Trinity Track Club ended their track and field season in impressive fashion.
The 10 member team, ages ranging from 9-15 years old, showed their skills while competing at the 9th annual Titan Invitational in Atlanta, Georgia, on Sunday. They brought home 11 medals from the U.S. and achieved a number of personal and season best.
Louis Gordon placed second in the high jump with a mark of 1.83 meters and third in the long jump with 5.79m.
Rasheem Brown finished third in the 110m hurdles in 15.71 seconds and 19th out of 30 competitors in the 100m.
Aijah Lewis jumped a personal best of 1.62m to claim gold in the high jump and secured a third place finish in the long jump with 4.57m.
Sprint sensations Tori Ann Gomez and Ashantae Graham were the gold and silver medallists, respectively, in 27.42 seconds and 27.54 seconds, in the 200m out of 20 competitors. Gomez also placed fifth and Graham fourth with personal bests of 13.24 seconds and 13.17 seconds, respectively, in the 100m out of 22 competitors.
Newcomer Jaden Francis did not disappoint, claiming gold in the long jump and tenth out of 24 in the 400m in 67.18 seconds.
Martina Hewitt placed tenth out of 46 in the 100m. Maya Wills, Isaiah Whittaker and Adrian Ebanks were the youngest athletes in the group. Whittaker finished with massive personal bests in the 100m and 200m.
Willis finished tenth in the 100m out of 25 and ninth overall in the 200m, also setting season personal bests, while Adrian Ebanks finished highly in the 100m, 200m and long jump.
The relay team of Tori Ann Gomez (aged 11), Martina Hewitt (14), Aijah Lewis (14) and Ashantae Graham (12) finished fourth in the 15-16 4×100m relay.
Coach Ato Stephens said, “Trinity Track Club would like to thank all who supported us throughout our various fundraising efforts. That assistance was invaluable to our athletes’ success and we greatly appreciate it as we continue to develop and train the youth to take track and field to a new level in the Cayman Islands.”