Fourteen year old track star Rae Ann Serville shone brightly at the THA/NGC/NAAA Junior Track & Field Championships being held at the Dwight Yorke Stadium in Tobago over the weekend (June 11-12).

On Saturday, first day of competition, young Serville collected her first gold medal when she won the 100m hurdles in a time of 15.49. She then went on later that afternoon and stopped the clock in a blistering 55.15 while winning the 400m dash.

Rae Ann continued her winning ways on Sunday when she first crossed the finish line in the 200m dash in 24.64 and then went on to pick up her fourth gold medal while being part of her clubs (Memphis Pioneers) 4X100m relay team.

National Association of Athletics Administrations of Trinidad and Tobago (NAAA), media relations officer Peter Samuel, in a release, said "we will like to take this opportunity to congratulate this young phenomenon on all her achievements this weekend, she is definitely the future of track and field in Trinidad and Tobago."


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