The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games is increasingly getting closer and Ghanaian sprinter – Safia Bright is showing no signs of slowing having coasted her best time of the year the WT Last Chance meet in Canyon on Sunday.

The Wayland Baptist Pioneer excelled at the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track and Field Championships running 11.47 seconds in the Women’s 100 metres.
Safia, a senior from Ghana, excelled at the NAIA Outdoor Track and Field Championships by running her fastest time of 11.47 seconds in the Women’s 100 metres.
She also ran the NAIA Outdoor’s second-fastest times in both the 100 and 200 meters, 11.77 and 23.69 seconds respectively

Her records and hardworking earned her an award as the Wayland Baptist University Student-Athlete of the Week in April 2021.

Safia and her track and field team at Wayland will compete at the NAIA Women’s Outdoor Track and Field Championship will take place at the Mickey Miller Blackwell Stadium at Gulf Shores Sportsplex in Gulf Shores, Alabama during May 26-28.

Source: Prince Obiba Ayim Brown, Updated