KINGSTON (JAM): Two-time Olympian Dennis Johnson, Jamaica‘s first holder of the 100 yards world record, was honored by the organizers of the JAAA/PUMA Development meet at Jamalco in Clarendon for his contribution to track and field, informedjamaicaobserver.com. „Well, I‘m approaching 71 now and I‘ve had the experience of working in track and field for over 50 years, and the fact that my colleagues and the public understand my contribution is a very good feeling,“ Johnson said. Johnson, who ran on Jamaica‘s 4x100m relay team that placed fourth in 39.4 seconds at the 1964 Olympic Games in Tokyo behind the USA, Poland and France, also coached at the University of Utech (then CAST) and worked in administration at the national level.
BOSTON (USA): This is also worth to note. 400 m hurdles world champion Kerron Clement was competing at Boston Indoor Games in the 60 m. He clocked of course personal best 6.89.
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