Olympic Games sprint double champion Elaine Thompson-Herah has started her pre-season training at a new base, the Mico University College in Kingston.
Thompson-Herah, who won the Tokyo 2020 100m and 200m titles, shared a photograph of herself on the Mico University College field.
Jamaica’s 1984 world 400m champion Bertland Cameron conditions his Cameron Blazers Club athletes from Mico University College; he also coaches Mico’s athletics team.
Trackalerts.com was reliably informed that Thompson-Herah will be guided by Cameron along with her husband, Derron Herah.
In her social media post, Thompson-Herah shared only: “Day 1 under the watchful eyes … I’m Immortal.”
The first woman to win back-to-back Olympic Games 100m/220m titles, Thompson-Herah decided to part ways with her longtime club, Jamaica’s MVP, where coach Stephen Francis has guided her to all her successes to date, including that of being the fastest woman alive, with 10.54 (100m) and 21.53 (200m).