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Lee Ahye places sixth in Rio

Published: 
Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Trinidad and Tobago Olympic athlete Michelle Lee Ahye has placed sixth in the Women's 200 metre final of the Rio 2016 Olympics.

Lee Ahye, ran a time of 22.34 seconds in lane seven during Wednesday night's race.

The T&T athlete made a strong start behind Jamaican sprint queen Elaine Thompson but was not stong enough to qualify for an Olympic medal.

Thompson, who won gold in the Women's 100 metre final, took another  gold with a time of 21.78 seconds, followed by Netherland's athlete Dafne Schippers with a time of 21.88 seconds.

United States' athlete Torie Bowie placed third with a time of 22.15 seconds.

 

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