ATLANTA, USA – Trackalerts.com correspondent, EME News, informs that 100mh world record holder, Keni Harrison, has changed her management group.
Harrison, who ran 12.20 in July, announced on Tuesday (October 25) that she has joined Jamaican athletes representative, Claude Bryan’s On Track Management (OTM) Group.
“Don’t be afraid of change. You may lose something good, but you’ll gain something even better. Excited to be a part of OTM,” Harrison, who was first with HSI of Emmanuel Hudson, tweeted.
Harrison’s tweet was followed by her team group, which read “OTM welcomes 100mh WR Holder, Kendra ‘Keni’ Harrison, to the family.”
The American is now under the same management umbrella that includes Olympic Games champions – Bahamian 400m gold medallist, Shaunae Miller and men’s 110m hurdles’ Jamaican, Omar McLeod.
The legendary Veronica Campbell-Brown is a long time member of the outfit.