By Anthony Foster in Hamilton, Bermuda
Bahamian sprinter, Cache Armbrister, is looking to put together a perfect race at Friday’s (April 22) Bermuda Invitational at the National Sports Centre.
Armbrister, who has a personal best of 11.35, told TrackAlerts.com, “I am just looking to running well and try to execute as close to perfection as possible.”
Americans, Cierra White (11.09) and Taylor Evans (11.23) and Dominique Booker (11.32), along with Nigerian Olivia Ekpone are the top athletes in the women’s 100m.
The 26-year-old Armbrister who trains with the Elite Performance Track Club in Texas, said, “training is going well.”
Armbrister also said, “I am a whole lot stronger than I was last season, and thanks to God I am 100 per cent healthy, so everything is looking bright so far.”
The Auburn University graduate, while eyeing a place on Bahamas’ team for the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, says she is “working on a lot of technical aspect of the race” and also “my goal for this year is to run as fast as possible.”