Described as a precautionary move, world leading sprinter Michelle-Lee Ahye will sit out of today's Diamond League 100 meter action in Monaco.
Ahye, who pulled up and collapsed on the track holding her hamstring on Wednesday after winning the women's 200m events in Switzerland, was originally carded to line-up against Jamaican pair Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Veronica Campbell-Brown as well as USA's Allyson Felix, today. However, she confirmed her decision to opt out of the race today on her Twitter account saying: "Won't be competing this weekend resting up for Commonwealth."
Ahye has confirmed that a cramp was the cause of her pulling up on Wednesday and was "nothing serious". She is expected to compete at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, which runs from July 23 to August 3.
In Switzerlands, Ahye won both the women's 100m and 200m races, in 11.09 seconds and 22.77 seconds, respectively. The latter time equalled her personal best she secured at the National Championships, last month. In the 100m, Ahye holds the world leading time, 10.85, which she also clocked in Port-of-Spain, last month.
Meanwhile, T&T's top shot athlete, Cleopatra Borel will be the lone national representative in Monaco today. The women's shot put will open proceedings. Borel currently sits in sixth position in Diamond League rankings.