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Bismark Boateng's switch from soccer to track starting to pay off

Bismark Boateng Race For a moment, the announcers at the recent Canadian track and field championships thought Bismark Boateng had won the tightest 100-metre final in the history of the meet. And so did Boateng. The 26-year-old from Toronto let out a jubilant roar and ripped off his race singlet in celebration. "I took my shirt off and ran around the field like a soccer player," Boateng said, laughing. Boateng would end up second to Aaron Brown, just a thousandth of a second separating the two. Three-time Olympic medallist Andre De Grasse was third. But Boateng's impressive result against the country's fastest » Read More

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