Tahesia Harrigan-Scott

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British Virgin Islands sprinter

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According to Wikipedia, Tahesia Gaynell Harrigan-Scott is a sprinter from the British Virgin Islands. She was the first woman to represent the British Virgin Islands at the Olympics. Career Harrigan was born in the Virgin Islands to Doris Harrigan. Harrigan's illustrious track and field career began in Tallahassee, Florida. As a 14-year-old 9th grader, she carried Florida A&M University's Developmental and Research High School female track team to its first Class 1-A Florida High School Athletic Association state track and field championship win in over ten years by sweeping the 100 metres, 200 metres, the long jump and triple jump.

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