Kaliese Spencer Carter returned home and started pre-season training with MVP Track Club.
Spencer Carter, the Commonwealth Games champion in 2014, left MVP in 2015 to join Cameron Blazers Group.
Spencer Carter, a double silver medallist at the 2014 IAAF World Indoor Championships, gave as her reason to leave the club, saying “I felt like an outcast.”
She also, at the time, said, “I know I will improve” days after joining Bert Cameron’s Cameron Blazers.
Spencer Carter shortly after left for Elite Performance Track Club coached by Renaldo Walcott and later Maurice Wilson-conditioned Sprintec. The 32-year-old Spencer is now back in Papine where her professional career began.
Spencer Carter is the 2006 World Junior 400m hurdles champion.
9 thoughts on “Spencer Carter back at MVP”
I believe mvp is the usain bolt the Michael Jordan of track and field I think that club can train a donkey to beat a race horse I say she’s in the top 5 in the world next year!
I thought she retired
No place like home my love….no place like home
That’s a good thing if she has anything left in the tank to make it to the next Olympic Games. She has tremendous talent.
Best wishes Kaliese! 2020 may just be your year to shine. ????
Good Luck but you have to be focus hungry determined and listen to your coach. Put the work in and train hard
Great news I guess she had learned her lessons, stay focus and listen to your coach young lady ,I wishes you all the best in the future ?❤️?