National Under 20 one hundred meters record holder Alana Reid goes pro
National women’s under 20 100 meters record holder Alana Reid is reportedly now a professional athlete.
The hydel high star has signed with the Florida based Auctus Global sport that also manages world 400 meters hurdles record holder Sydney Mclaughlin .
Jamaican quarter miler Akeem Bloomfield is also managed by the group along with American Olympic 200 meters silver Medalist kenny Bednarek
It understood that Reid, who had a commitment to the University of Oregon, has decided now to forgo the Collegiate level.
Reid copped the sprint double including the 100m in a new national junior record time of 10.92 seconds to play an integral part in helping to guide Hydel to their first girls’ champs title, breaking edwin allen’s 9 year stranglehold on the trophy.
Auctus global sport is operated by former Jamaican athletes Sekou Clarke and Dwight Thomas.