Noah Lyles Christian Coleman
Noah Lyles Christian Coleman

DEVONSHIRE (BER) – The Bermuda Grand Prix is all set to deliver an explosive 100m race on Sunday, featuring a thrilling clash between top sprinters. Noah Lyles, the reigning 200m World champion, is primed to go head-to-head with Christian Coleman, the former 100m World champion, and Andre De Grasse, the Olympic gold medalist in the 200m.

De Grasse will also compete in the 200m race.

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The event boasts a star-studded lineup, ensuring a spectacle of athletics prowess. Steven Gardiner, the Olympic champion in the men’s 400m, will be a force to be reckoned with, while Jasmine Camacho-Quinn, the Olympic gold medalist in the women’s 100m hurdles, aims to continue her winning streak.

The men’s hurdles competition will see Jamal Britt emerge as the favorite, while Steffin McCarter and Jarion Lawson will showcase their talents in the long jump. Christian Taylor and

Will Claye, renowned triple jumper, will bring their skills in the event.

On the women’s side, Abby Steiner is anticipated to shine in the 200m race, while Mikiah Brisco, accompanied by European champion Gina Luckenkemper, will add to the excitement in the 100m sprint. The experienced former World champion Dalilah Muhammad will demonstrate her versatility by competing in both the 400m hurdles and 200m events.

The long jump event will feature the impressive 7m jumper Tara Davis, who is poised to leave a lasting impression. Additionally, Gianna Woodruff from Panama will bring her talent and determination to the 400m hurdles competition.

With such a stellar lineup of athletes, the Bermuda Grand Prix promises to be a captivating event, showcasing some of the finest sprinting, jumping, and hurdling talent from around the world. As the athletes take to the track, spectators can expect a display of speed, agility, and determination that will keep them on the edge of their seats.

Stay tuned for the exhilarating action that awaits on Sunday as these exceptional athletes vie for victory and aim to leave their mark in the world of athletics.

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Ato Stephens, a former sprinter from Trinidad and Tobago, excelled in the 400 meters. He secured a bronze medal at the 2003 CAC Championships and a silver at the 2005 edition. He also won the NCAA 400m indoor title in 1999. Ato Stephens represented his country at the Summer Olympics in 2000, 2004, and 2008 and competed in the World Championships in 2001, 2005, and 2007. Impressive achievements include a third-place finish in the semifinals at the 2007 World Championships and fourth place in the semifinals at the 2006 Commonwealth Games. Stephens continues to inspire with his notable performances on the track.