Tyquendo Tracey: 'I was asked to leave MVP'

By October 25, 2018

2018 NACAC 100m champion Tyquendo Tracey has shed some light on his departure from the MVP Track Club.

The athlete said he was asked to leave the club but did not say why?

“It’s not like I got up and just decided to leave,” Jamaica’s reigning national champion told SportsMax.TV.

However, MVP President Bruce James, responding to questions surrounding the athlete’s departure offered. “I want Tyquendo to do well like all my athletes.”

The separation comes as a surprise given the success that Tracey had in 2018 while at the club. He won the national 100m title this year and also broke the 10-second barrier several times, ending the season with a personal best 9.96s set in London in July.

Tracey, a former student of Garvey Maceo High School, enrolled at the University of Technology in 2012, eventually transitioning to the club earlier this year.

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