May 14, 2017 Sports
Ever since she officially burst onto the scene at the Armory Youth Jamboree with her mother as her coach, Kunusasha Medas-King showed why she would be an athlete to watch. Like her sister Kcaysha who she adores and watch everything she does, Kunusasha said that she wants to be a star and also would like to represent Guyana one day. At the tender age of 4 Kunusasha is already making her mark among the 6 & under Category.
During last year’s Andy Medas-King road race where she competed, the youngster placed 7th in the 8 and under 1k race winning her first ever trophy. Since then Kunusasha has shown much interest in the sport and fast forward to the outdoor season where she was very impressive in the 800m and the long jump at the season opener at the Ichan Stadium where she ran a 23.10 in the 100m, 409.12 in the 800m and had a leap of 1.14m in the long jump, this is to show what you can get from someone that begin any sport at a young age.
Just in her second outing for the outdoor season Kunusasha was able to rake a great performance defeating a 6year old boy in the process winning the 400m in a time of 1:51.50, defeating Aviv Black 1:51.70 then went on to win the 200m in 49.40 sec., while closing out the 100m in fine style 22.40 sec.
It is being said already she is the kid to watch, even as her sister Kcaysha won her 200m in 27.60 sec and the 400m in 1:04.40 sec way in front of the second place finisher 1:09.70 and a second in the 100m 14.10 sec the light was on the newest of the stars of the Medas-King Family that were on display in Queens at the Jamaica High School Ground on May the 6th 2017.
The youngest and newest of the Medas-King Family, Kunusasha is one to look out for in the future.
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