Jan. 24, 2002
What is the best part about the University of South Carolina?
They have a good academics system and the track program is very good and efficient.
When did you first start competing in Track and Field?
I first started competing in track and field in prep school, aroumd the age of six.
What would you like to do after graduation?
I would like to run for as long as I can. Right now I am a sociology major and I would like to be a social worker someday.
What is your favorite sport other than track and field?
Soccer. Definitely. I love soccer.
What is the biggest difference between South Carolina and Jamaica?
Jamaica is nice and warm while South Carolina is fairly chilly during the winter. It’s quite quiet here compared to Jamaica.
What is your most memorable track and field moment?
When I ran on the World Championship team in
What was it like competing at the World Championships?
It was a lot of fun. I got a lot of experience there and I got to meet a lot of the older athletes like Marion Jones and Michael Johnson and it was quite exciting for me to get to see them run in person.
What one thing would you like to accomplish this season?
Right now I would like to have a good semester academically and to win the double at NCAAs [the 100m and 200m].
What do you like most about the coaches at USC?
They are all very nice and can easily interact with the athletes. They understand everyone’s special needs.
What do you like to do if you have an afternoon off?
Sleep. I like to sleep and cook Jamaican food.