By Anthony Foster
Today, simultaneously, marks 100 days to go for the Games of the XXXI Olympiad in Rio de Janeiro and the launch of the coverage thereof by TrackAlerts.com. In keeping with the reputation that the website has built over the six years of our exciting insight into this elite sport, our Olympic watch will feature in depth interviews, reports, videos and photographs of and from many of the participants in the four year spectacle, be they in the Brazilian city or commenting from other parts of the world.
Their voices will give life to our coverage, as we try to live up to our reputation as the most energized and equipped journalistic track and field resource in the Caribbean region.
Come with us, as we track the world class action fuelled by the many-titled, Usain Bolt and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, A back-to-form, Yohan Blake, Warren Weir, Veronica Campbell-Brown, the two-time 200m champion, the bright and upcoming sprint hurdling sensation, Omar McLeod, Beijing, 2015 world champion, Danielle Williams, together with those fine relay teams from Jamaica as well as Michelle Lee-Ayhe (TTO), Kirani James (GRN), Shaunae Miller (BAH), defending javelin champion Keshorn Walcott (TTO), Steven Miller (BAH), plus the old warriors Kim Collins (SKN) and Chris Brown (BAH).
The Trackalerts.com flag will be flying high in the days leading up and our Olympic Dream #Rio2016, as advertised, of coverage to soothe and satisfy our ever-widening audience, will be foremost in our mind, as we roll out the facts and figures coming out of the widely acknowledged, Greatest Show On Earth.
So, for the highest levels of online coverage, make it TrackAlerts.com From Start to Finish.