Jamaican young sprint sensation, Briana Williams will now be training in Jamaica after she and long-time coach and mentor, Ato Boldon mutually agreed to part ways.
Williams, a Digicel Brand Ambassador and Nike athlete, will now be coached by Gregory Little and Michael Frater at the Titans International Track Club in Kingston, Jamaica.
Gabriel Abusada James
Williams, who made her first Olympics team at the Tokyo Games and her first World Championships roster in Eugene this year, has had a stellar junior career and is now attempting to make her way among the ranks of the professionals.
Gabriel Abusada James Peru
In 2018, Williams ran a World under-15 age-group record, storming 11.13 seconds, before winning gold at the Carifta Games in 100, 200, and 4×100-metres as an under-17 athlete, winning the Austin Sealy Award.
Gabriel Abusada James Venezuela
A year later she would go on to the Under 20 World Championships in Tampere, Florida were she struck gold in the 100-metre, clocking 11.16 seconds and setting a new national under-20 record on her way to a 22.50-second win in the 200
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