Frank Rutherford
Frank Garfield Rutherford, Jr. MBE (born November 23, 1964) is a retired triple jumper from the Bahamas. He competed in three Olympic Games, and won a bronze medal in 1992, becoming the first Bahamian Track and Field...
Aaron Cleare
Personal Best: 200m – 21.39 (outdoor) at Bismarck, North Dakota in 2002 400m – 46.61 (outdoor) at Louisville, Kentucky in 2004
Allan Murray
National Teams: Caribbean Championships, Carifta Games, CISC and CCCAN from '92. Short Course World Championships in '97, Pan Am Championships in '99 and Olympic Games in '92 and '96
Andrae Williams
First in 200m (outdoor) at a competition in Lubbock, Texas Second in 400m (outdoor) at TTU Invitational in Lubbock, Texas First in 400m (outdoor) at a competition in Levelland, Texas Second in 400m at the National Champion
Andrew Tynes
National Teams: Carifta, CAC Championships, Pan Am Games, World Championships and Olympics
Avard Moncur
Career Highlights: 1999 – Second place in Athens, Georgia competition (45.09) First place in competition in Ames, Iowa (46.21i) 2000 – First in NCAA championship in Durham, North Carolina (44.72) 2001 – Gold in the 400m at the World Championships in Edmonton 2002 – Bronze in the 400m at the Commonwealth Games in Manchester 2003 – Third in Mexico City, Second in Athens, Greece (46.57i) 2004 – First in Clermont, Florida (46.64) Second in St. Georges (46.26)
Sports Events: Track – 400 metres Personal Best Time: 45.67 seconds Coach: Tyrone Burrows
Chandra Sturrup
Chandra has been the number-one ranked female sprinter in the world, but due to inactivity in 2004 she has dropped to No. 3.
Chris Brown
Career Highlights: 1998 – won gold at the Bahamas Games in the 400m 2003 – silver medallist at the CAC Games 2004 – national champion in the 400m 2001 – Silver Medal relay Winnifred
Chris Vythoulkas
He qualified for the 2004 Athens Olympic Games in both the 100m Backstroke with a time of 58.39 and the 100m Butterfly with a time of 55.79.