Thus far, the sprinters have been recording very commendable if not outstanding performances as they compete in different events throughout the world.
This weekend it was the turn of former World 100m champion, Kim Collins, who placed third at the Golden Grand Prix in Kawasaki, Japan. Collins ran a time of 10.07, for his Bronze Medal.
He was defeated by Bingtian Su of China who did 10.04 and 2nd was Mike Rodgers of USA in a time of 10.05 seconds.
The local athletic association in St. Kitts has already issued its congratulations to Collins, for what they called, his skill, spirit and perseverance over the years.
The Golden Grand Prix is an track and field competition at the Todoroki Athletics Stadium in Kawasaki, Japan as part of the IAAF World Challenge Meetings. It was first organized in 2011 and sponsored by Seiko. It replaced the Osaka Grand Prix as the major athletics meet in Japan.