Shadae Worrell’s promising track and field career has taken off and is set to land in the United States.
On the eve of her CARIFTA Games debut, the 17-year-old quarter-miler has secured a full athletic scholarship to Georgia State University.
The St Michael School and former Alexandra School student will leave the island in August to pursue a bachelor’s degree in environmental science.
During a telephone interview with NATION SPORT yesterday after the news was confirmed, Worrell said she is excited to start her new journey in the summer.
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Quarter-miler Shadae Worrell has secured a full athletic scholarship to Georgia State University. (FP)