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Two Clemson Women’s Track Athletes To Compete In Olympics

Sept. 20, 2000

CLEMSON, SC – Two Clemson women’s track athletes will compete in the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia. Seniors Michelle Burgher and Cydonie Mothersill will represent Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, respectively. Burgher will compete in the 4x400m relay while Cydonie Mothersill will be competing in the 100m and 200m.

Clemson University head women’s track and field coach Marcia Fletcher Noad said, “It is an honor to have these two young women represent their countries and Clemson at the 2000 Olympic Games. We are very proud to have them as an integral part of our program and we wish them much success with their endeavors in Sydney and upon their return to Clemson in 2001. We know they will return with winning performances and attitudes.”

The Olympic Track and Field competition will begin on Friday, Sept. 22. Additional details on Burgher and Mothersill’s competition will be released as soon as possible.