Dexter Lee makes Jamaica proud

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Jamaica continues to shine on the world stage.

The latest comes from Dexter Lee who yesterday created history at the Stadium du Moncton last night as he sped to the island's first gold at the 13th IAAF World Junior Championships, to defend the title he won two years ago in Bydgoszcz, Poland.


Lee, who ran out of lane seven after posting the seventh fastest time in the semi-finals, stopped the clock at 10.21 seconds, well below his personal and season best 10.16, beating American Charles Silmon, who ran a personal best 10.23, while France's Jimmy Vicaut, the joint world leader, was third in 10.28.


Yardflex congratulates the athlete on his achievement

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