Jamaican Prodigy Bella Brown Shines at Millrose Games, Solidifies Her Status As One of the World’s Fastest Youngsters!

Bella Brown

Eight-year-old Bella Brown has captured the spotlight at the prestigious Millrose Games in New York, etching her name in history as she blazed through the U8 (under-8) 55m dash with a breathtaking time of 8.66 seconds.

Bella’s victory not only signifies her burgeoning prowess on the track but also serves as a testament to her unwavering passion for the sport.

Inspired by the legendary Jamaican sprinter, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Bella’s journey to success is deeply intertwined with admiration for her idol.

Bella’s mother, Sandra Harris, revealed that Bella’s fascination with Fraser-Pryce began at a tender age, igniting a spark that propelled her towards greatness.


“She probably saw Shelly Ann run when she was about four years old. She was very excited,” shared Sandra, brimming with pride.

Drawing inspiration from Fraser-Pryce and another Jamaican sprinting icon, Veronica Campbell-Brown, Bella meticulously studies their techniques, striving to emulate their form and poise on the track.

This dedication to her craft was evident in her electrifying performance at the Millrose Games, where she left spectators in awe with her speed and precision.

Speaking of Bella’s triumph, Sandra expressed her daughter’s excitement and commitment, highlighting Bella’s rigorous training regimen and unwavering confidence leading up to the race.

“Bella was excited. She trained very hard for this race, especially her starts. She came in very confident. She said she’s gonna win, and all she wanted to do was execute her race properly,” Sandra recounted.

As discussions arise regarding Bella’s potential representation at international competitions, Sandra leaves the decision in her daughter’s hands, expressing a preference for Jamaica but ultimately supporting Bella’s choice.

“If she continues on her path that she’s currently on, I don’t know who she will represent. Not sure she’ll represent the USA or Jamaica, but we’ll always leave that up to her. We want her to represent Jamaica; that’s where we’re from,” Sandra affirmed.


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