Shavez Hart was an athlete from Coopers Town, Abaco Islands, who specialized in the 100- and 200-meter sprints. With a personal best time for the 100 meters of 10.10 seconds, he is the second fastest sprinter from the Bahamas after Derrick Atkins in history.
Olympic track star Shavez Hart, 29, was shot and killed in the Bahamas.
The 2016 Olympic sprinter from the Bahamas, Shavez Hart, was shot and died while attempting to break up a quarrel outside a nightclub. He was 29.
According to TMZ Sports, who cited a Royal Bahamas Police report, the fatal incident happened in Mount Hope on Saturday at around two in the morning local time when a group of guys got into an argument and one of them went to his car, took a revolver, and fired, shooting Hart in the chest.
After being taken to a hospital, he was subsequently declared dead.
The Bahamas Olympic Committee released a statement saying, “The Olympic family is grieved to learn of the tragic demise of Shavez Hart, a proud resident of Abaco.” He was always quite modest, yet proud and adamant about giving his all for his country.
In the 4×100 relay at the 2013 Central American and Caribbean Championships, Hart captured a gold medal for the Bahamas. In the 4×400 relay at the 2016 World Indoor Championships, he also won silver.
“How tragic is this? Hart was undoubtedly one of our greatest athletes ever, but he was also one of the nicest guys I have ever encountered “Coach Pat Henry of Texas A&M stated in a press statement.
Shavez Hart Age, Family, and Early Life
Shavez Hart was born on 6 September 1992 in Abaco Islands, Bahamas. He holds the nationality Bahamas and belongs to the black ethnicity. However, we don’t have any information regarding his parents.
As of now, we don’t have much information regarding his personal life. We will update this section soon.
Shavez Hart Career, What was his profession?
Shavez Hart was a Bahamian track and field sprinter from Coopers Town Abaco Islands, who mainly competed in the 100 meters and 200 meters. With a personal best time for the 100 meters of 10.10 seconds, he is the second fastest sprinter from the Bahamas after Derrick Atkins in history.
He is the fourth-fastest Bahamian of all time in the 200-meter personal best of 20.23. At the 2011 CARIFTA Games, he won the bronze medal in the 100-meter individual and relay events. He made a false start in the 100-meter final at the 2011 Pan American Junior Athletics Championships, although he still finished third with the Bahamian relay team.
The net worth of Shavez Hart is under wraps.
He was a graduate of St. Georges High School in Freeport, Bahamas. Before transferring to Texas A&M University, he competed for South Plains College alongside fellow countryman Trevorvano Mackey, capturing a sprint double at the 2012 National Junior College Championships.
As of now, we don’t have any information regarding his relationship. We will be updating this section as soon as possible.
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