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Jeremy Wariner wants to break Michael Johnson's record in Brussels

The 33rd Belgacom Memorial Van Damme can add another top player to its billing: The American Jeremy Wariner has confirmed he will take part at the 400m. Wariner, current world champion, 2004 Olympic champion and 2008 vice Olympic champion, is coming to Brussels with a goal.

"I would like to break the stadium record," Wariner said. The record-holder since 1998, with 44.06, is the legendary Michael Johnson, who just happens to be Jeremy Wariner’s mentor.

This season Wariner is training under Clyde Hart again, the man who coached Johnson during his phenomenal career….Read More

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