Stellar Athletics enjoyed a jubilant time at  the Commonwealth. Our athletes showed strength and determination as they put themselves to the test We achieved personal best as well as finalise and 8 fantastic medals to top the list.

Will Sharman and Shane Brathwaite silver and Bronze  medallist. Will was pipped to Commonwealth Games gold in the 110m hurdles by four hundredths of a second. Will who  came second four years ago in Delhi, clocked 13.36 seconds behind Jamaica’s Andrew Riley.

Riley won in 13.32,  and our  Shane Brathwaite from Barbados taking bronze..

In the women’s sprints youngest  Jodie Williams and |Bianca Williams won their first senior medals in the women’s 200m in Glasgow. It was a thrilling race as both girls earned personal best Jodie 22.50 Silver medal and Bianca 22.58 Bronze and not too rest there the girls went on to win a bronze medal in the 4x100m relay. A games they both will not forget.

In the 800m on her home soil Lynsey Sharp  showed there was no way she was going home without a medal stormed home 80 meters to go to be rewarded with the Silver medal.  The stadium erupted with a standing ovation for Lynsey.

Away from the track,  our field event athletes were getting a piece of the action too Tosik Oke  put on a gallant display to be rewarded with the Sliver and Levern Spence equally showing her determination by placing 3rd awarding her with the bronze medal.

Stellar would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all of our athletes who competed in the Games.