The Grand Bahamian Tynia Gaither produced it. Finally, on Friday (August 9), The Bahamas earned a podium spot. It was an agonizing wait for Team Bahamas. Lost were earlier (Thursday) opportunities to win medals. Pedrya Seymour placed fifth and missed the podium for the 100 meters hurdles. Then, defending champion Jeffery Gibson hit the finish…Read more
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LIMA, Peru – “I really thought I would get a medal. I wanted a medal more than qualifying for the Worlds.” So said 400 meters hurdler Jeffery Gibson on Thursday at the Pan Games, following the final in his specialty. Gibson ran 49.53 for fourth. He had a tough lane, 9. He admitted he did not…Read more
LIMA, Peru – She was disappointed. Pedrya Seymour knew she stood a good chance. The medal opportunity was not to be embraced this time, however. Seymour ran 13.12 for fifth place in the Pan Am Games women’s 100 meters hurdles final. “It just did not happen. I mean it was a fast gun but I…Read more
LIMA, Peru – Anthonique Strachan and Tynia Gaither cruised through their respective 200 meters heats, into the final, set for today in Estadio Atletico, as the XVIII Pan Am Games continued. It was a five-year wait for one, and the steady progress of the other to the point of easing down and still placing second…Read more
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