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It's time for Jamaica's Javere Bell to prove his talent

Javere Bell of Jamaica couldn’t be happier after winning his 400m semi-final heat to advance to Friday’s final at the 6th IAAF World Youth Championships.

Well, yes he could he said, he was not happy with how he ran the backstretch plus he felt some pain from his hamstring which is healing after an injury earlier in the season.
 
The 16-year-old Bell has a lot to give thanks for however and described the qualification as “a great achievement and I am thankful for that” after making the final in his first global championships……READ MORE

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  1. georgett watson

    July 19, 2010 at 4:48 pm

    congratulation javere and i hope you continue to perform at your best every time.i am very elated and continue to make me proud.

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