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Why Jamaica is far ahead in sprint?

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Asked by Kurian Chacko, 18 Aug '09 11:43 am
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Sheer muscle power, nice physique with unshakable belief in their own talent. (If you have witnessed 2008 Olympic games 100 m final in which Usain Bolt created world record in 9.69 seconds, then you would have noticed 5 m before the finish line, he slowed down a little and he fisted his own chest as if he is saying to his competitors "Catch me if you can". other wise he would have made it in 9.60 seconds itself. This shows what a champion he is "In an Olympic final showing such a confidence is charismatic"
Answered by nathan, 18 Aug '09 12:02 pm

 
  
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Inborn talents like Usain Bolt , Asafa POwell lives there
Answered by narayanan, 18 Aug '09 11:47 am

 
  
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The second event in the JMMC/Kirdex/Taboo Energy Drink Sprint Championship Series
got off to a damp start exactly one month after the last event on Sunday March 22, 2009,
as motorsport fans were thrilled
once again in the beautiful community of Tobolski, just outside of Browns Town in the
parish of St. Ann. The event noted as the JMMC/Taboo/Kirdex Sprint 2, nicknamed
Tobolskis Revenge, will be remembered for the heated competition among the two
wheel drive competitors on a consistently wet surface.!!
However, the damp, longer surface was not enough to slow down the 25 competitors aiming to claim the King of the Hill trophy ~~~!
Answered by Oberoi, 18 Aug '09 11:46 am

 
  
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