Christine Amertil
Career Highlights: 2003 – Christine came in fourth at the CAC Games in 200m She was second in the 400m at the World Championships in Birmingham. Her time of 51.11 seconds set a national record at these Games.
Debbie Ferguson
2004 – second in the 100m at the Gateshead Norwich Union British Grand Prix first in the 100m at the Gresham Adidas Oregon Track Classic Debbie is ranked among the top twenty sprinters in the world in both the 100m and 200m. She is also the national champion in both disciplines.
Jackie Edwards
Jackie is the 2004 long jump national champion. She is also the national record-holder in the triple jump.
Laverne Eve
Laverne is the current record holder and national champion. Career Highlights: 1998 – third at the Carifta Games in Maracaibo 2001 – first at the CAC Games in Guatemala City 2002 – first at the Commonwealth Games in Manchester 2003 – first at the CAC Games in St. Georges, second at the Pan Am Games in Santo Domingo
Nathaniel McKinney
Career Highlights: 2004 – third at NCAA Division II in the 400m
Nikia Deveaux
Nikia has won several gold medals at CARIFTA and CISC. She has represented the Bahamas at the Commonwealth Games and the Pan American Games.
Osbourne Moxey
First at the Gresham Adidas Oregon Track Classic First at the National Championships
Pauline Davis-Thompson
National Teams: Carifta, Jr. CAC, Jr. Pan Am, Sr. CAC, Sr. Pan Am, World Cup, Commonwealth Games, World Indoor and Outdoor ...
Phillipa Willie
Personal Best: 100m – 11.57 at the 2004 National Championships 200m – 23.32 at Clemson, South Carolina in 2004
Rendward Wells
National Teams: World Indoor and Outdoor Championships '97 and '99, Olympic Games '96