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World junior 110m hurdles record holder Davis Jr has T&T roots

Seventeen-year-old Wayne Davis Jr. of the US broke the world junior record for the 110m hurdles last Friday, July 31, with a speedy 13.08 secs. (2.0w) flight over the 39-inch-high barriers at the Pan-American Junior Championships in Trinidad.

So, who is Wayne Davis and what does he have to do with Caribbean track & field? Well, the parents of this Raleigh, North Carolina resident are from Trinidad & Tobago. Both his dad, Wayne Davis Sr., and mom are professionals and dad was once a member of that country’s under-19 national soccer team. He earned his doctorate in civil engineering and guest lectures at the college level….Read More

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