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Brown aiming at putting Canada back on sprint map!

Bressanone/Brixen, Italy – New Canadian 100m youth record holder Aaron Brown says he is very determine to put his country’s sprint back on the map.

Since Donovan Bailey, the 1996 Olympics 100m champion, at 9.84, and Bruny Surin, who also has a personal best of 9.84, in the 90s, Canada has not produced any world class sprinters.

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However, Brown, who like Bailey and Surin, has roots in the Caribbean, is determined to change things.

During Wednesday’s afternoon sessions at the 6th IAAF World Youth Championships, Brown whose mother is from Barbados and father from Jamaica, ran 10.46 for a new Canadian youth record in the 100m second round……READ MORE

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