Canberra sprinter Edward Osei "In the final someone got disqualified for a false oakley online shop start so I was probably more nervous about getting disqualified than not winning," Edward said.
The record breaking dash marked a 0.60simprovement from the same race last year and Edward fell just 0.02s short of a second gold medal in the 200m final. "I oakley outlet prices got silver in the 200m after running 21.68s which was another PB and I was only two milliseconds off first," Edward said. The St Edmund's College student hopes to follow in the footsteps of oakley outlet online store his Olympian father and one day race alongside the world's fastest athletes. "All my teachers call me Usain Bolt which I don't mind that at all," Edward said. "I've got to thank dad for everything he's done for me, but I'd love to break his record one day. He went to the 1996 games in Atlanta so I want follow him and become an Olympian." The schoolboy rugby player is trained by his father who believes a running career is there for his son, but only if he wants it. "I knew Ed was going to run fast, but not this fast. I was very proud and excited watching the race and it makes him realise if he puts the work in he can run even quicker," Mr Nketia said. "We're not training as much as I'd like to because of my work, but when we get out on the track Ed works really hard with his little brother.
"He loves his rugby too, so I don't know if he will stick with the running, he's a talented boy but when they grow up they get different oakley blue sunglasses ideas, we'll have to wait and see." Edward said he would love to race at the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast and will need to run qualifying time of 10.23s in the next 18 months.
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