2018 Jamaican sprint champion [100 meters] – Tyquendo Tracey has signed a deal to become the brand ambassador for Lifespan Spring Water.

Sharing his delight after the agreement was finalized on Friday, Tracey, who won the 100m at the Jamaican national championships in June 2021, beating Yohan Blake in the process said:

“It’s a very good feeling for me personally because Lifespan Spring Sater has always been a part of me. It’s a product that I’ve been drinking for years,”he said.

“So being able to be a part of their family now, is like greeting a long-lost cousin. I’m very grateful to my team at 7venz Media for getting me into the Lifespan family. I’m very much happy to be a part of the Lifespan family.”

Lifespan CEO and co-founder, Nayana Williams also had this to say:

“Lifespan is really pleased to provide this level of support to Tyquendo Tracey, who we know has great things in store.

“A top athlete with the top spring water product in Jamaica is certainly a match made in heaven.

“But more than the commercial purposes, we like to see this young man do as best as he can and we also appreciate that his management team is also very committed to him.”

The Trelawny born sprinter could not compete at the Tokyo 2020 Games due to injury.

By James K. Attaglo Wilson