Sports company PUMA has recently signed 22-year-old track sensation Julien Alfred from St. Lucia. Alfred’s rapid ascent through the rankings includes an undefeated record in the 100 meters during the 2022 NCAA season and a silver medal at the Commonwealth Games Birmingham 2022. In 2023, she made history by becoming the first woman in NCAA history to break the seven-second barrier in the 60 meters event and securing her position as the all-time second-fastest indoor sprinter at both 60 and 200 meters. Adding to her achievements, she won gold at the Central American and Caribbean Games in San Salvador.

Pascal Rolling, head of sports marketing at PUMA, expressed excitement about Alfred’s incredible athleticism and potential to continue making history on the track. Alfred’s remarkable accomplishments align with PUMA’s ambition to be the fastest brand globally, making her an ideal addition to the PUMA family.

Alfred will be sporting PUMA’s evoSPEED TOKYO NITRO track and field spikes, featuring PUMA’s NITRO Elite foam technology in the forefoot and a full-length Pebax plate, providing the ultimate combination of power and propulsion.

Julien Alfred spoke about her decision to join the PUMA family, praising PUMA’s legendary status in athletics and expressing her belief in achieving great things both on and off the track together.

Fans can expect to see Julien Alfred showcasing her talents in PUMA gear starting this week at the Diamond League in Monaco, solidifying her position as one of the rising stars in the track and field world.