Raffles Institution's Grace Shani Anthony overcomes car crash to win schools A division 200m title

Raffles Institution's Grace Shani Anthony (second from right) crossing the finish line to win the Schools National A Division girls' 200m final ahead of (from left) Anglo-Chinese School (International)'s Camille Alix Damas, Singapore Sports School's
Raffles Institution's Grace Shani Anthony (second from right) crossing the finish line to win the Schools National A Division girls' 200m final ahead of (from left) Anglo-Chinese School (International)'s Camille Alix Damas, Singapore Sports School's Diane Pragasam and St Joseph's Institution International's Natalie Shek.ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM

SINGAPORE - She won the Schools National B Division girls' 200m title in a personal best (PB) timing of 26.00sec in 2017 and was set to compete in the A Division the following year.

But Grace Shani Anthony was then forced out of action for almost a year, after a car accident in December 2017, when she was on holiday in California.

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