Trinidad and Tobago’s sprint queen Michelle-Lee Ahye has confirmed that she is one of the fastest female 100-metre runners.
Ahye excelled but barely missed out a podium finish at Saturday evening’s Olympic final, in Rio, Brazil.
The 24-year-old runner came sixth in the final, in a time of 10:96.
Jamaican Elaine Thompson upset her illustrious compatriot Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, who was aiming to win the gold medal for the third successive Olympics.
Thompson won the event, in a time of 10:71.
Fraser-Pryce copped bronze, in 10:86.
American Torie Bowie won silver, in a time of 10:83.
Ahye was the only T&T sprinter to make it to the coveted final.