T&T Athlete Profiles
Aaron Armstrong has chosen the right season to come out strong. This is an Olympic year, and after a couple of ordinary seasons in 2006 and 2007, Armstrong seems to be rediscovering his best form. In just his second 100m outing this year, at the Hampton Games here in Trinidad, the American born Trinidad and Tobago sprinter returned a time of 10.15 seconds. The clocking was good enough for fourth spot in a race won by Jamaican sensation Usain Bolt in 9.92. Two weeks later, at the Reebok Grand Prix in New York, USA, Armstrong topped the 100m “B” race in a wind assisted 10.10 seconds.