400m coach resigns from Racers Track Club

Wednesday, September 12, 2012 | 3:09 PM    

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Bertland Cameron has resigned from his duties as 400m coach for the celebrated Racers Track Club.

In a release to the media today Cameron said he had taken the decision to move on with his life and pursue others goals in Track and Field.

“It’s time to begin a new chapter of my life,” Cameron said adding that he hoped the announcement will put to rest rumors regarding his departure from the University of the West Indies Athletics club which boasts stars such as triple world record holder Usain Bolt and Yohan 'the Beast' Blake.

"My time spent with Racers Track Club was memorable, myself and head coach - Glen Mills had an exceptional working relationship as we both share a passion for excellence and a common purpose - the desire for Jamaican athletes to excel on the world stage,” he added.



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