The laying of the Synthetic has already been done, while the North Stand and the dormitory have to be completed.
Three times Jamaican Olympian, Grace Jackson who is in Guyana along with four – time Trinidadian Olympian Ato Boldon for a three day workshop at the Resource Centre along with Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports official visited the track.
In providing a suggestion on the track, Jackson said, “Don’t build seating accommodation for thousands of people when you can’t attract them, use temporary seating in the meanwhile.”
She said that the progress of the track has displayed the Guyana government’s commitment to the development of the sport in the country.
“You have a facility that offers the opportunity for others to come in and support what you are trying to do,” Jackson said.