Paula-Aye Whylie takes second place in 100m, as SOJ adds 5 medals at World Summer Games

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

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Paula-Aye Whylie reacts after placing second for a silver medal in Division 32 of the female 100m race in 14.59 seconds to Janice Trinidad of the Phillipines at the Special Olympics World Summer Games at Dubai Police Officiers Club Track yesterday. Only two
days ago Whylie was denied a gold medal due to disqualification from Division 25 of the 200m. (Photo: Collin Reid courtesy of Alliance Investments, Digicel Foundation, KFC and Ministry of Sports)

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