I suppose Dexter Voisin would not be a good manager if he did not look on the positive side of Trinidad and Tobago's World Championships performances over the last two weeks.
His charges after all earned two relay medals via the 4x400 men (silver) and the 4x100 women (bronze).
So, he was able to tell Kwame Laurence: “The girls definitely have matured, and this I think is one of the major factors concerning this bronze medal they won. The women have been knocking on the door for a couple years well.
“We had a little setback with Kelly-Ann and Semoy where they were absent (through drug suspensions). It's very good to see that they came back and were basically on top of their game. They started off their season pretty good, and with regards to Semoy she came along every meet she ran, and she really did some great performances here at these Championships.”
Voisin also added: “The 4x4 men over the years have become our strength, always the ones on paper to come through at these major championships. What they displayed here in the individual event was a great achievement. We would have liked to see three going through to the final. That didn't happen, but we had one finalist in Cedenio. It wasn't a bad Championships for the quarter-milers.”