Michelle made history for Trinidad and Tobago with a gold medal in the women’s 100m

Michelle showed why she was the gold medal favourite in the women’s 100 metres at the Commonwealth Games, winning the final with a clinical display of sprinting in Carrara.

In the women’s blue-riband event, clocking 11.14 to beat home Jamaican pair Christania Williams (11.21) and Gayon Evans (11.22) Michelle the quickest out of the blocks had a cleared lead from the field at the 60-metre mark.  Michelle clearly delighted stated “I think my family and country will be very proud It means a lot to me to represent Trinidad and Tobago.” Michelle also celebrated her birthday the following day well done Michelle.