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Cameroonian Sprinter Eseme Breaks 60m Record, Ahead of Paris Olympics

Cameroonian Sprinter Eseme Breaks 60m Record, Ahead of Paris Olympics

Paru le mardi, 27 février 2024 03:14

Cameroonian sprinter Emmanuel Eseme emerged victorious in the 60-meter final at the Istaf Berlin Indoor Meet last weekend, setting a new personal best of 6.55 seconds. This performance, while impressive, still falls short of the 6.45-second continental record set by Ghanaian sprinter Leonard Myles-Mills and the 6.34-second world record held by American Christian Coleman.

Despite these gaps, Eseme is gaining recognition in the sprinting world, especially with the Paris Olympic Games looming on July 26. His consistent improvement is noteworthy, having twice beaten his record in recent months. Known as an "indomitable Lion", Eseme's tenacity is evident in his races. Even when he had a slow start in Berlin, he managed to outpace his competitors and finish first.

Eseme's accomplishments extend to the 100-meter sprint as well. Last year, he became the first Cameroonian to break the 10-second barrier in this event. Experts believe he has a strong chance of qualifying for the 100-meter final in Paris, further solidifying his status in the field.

Michel Ange Nga

Dernière modification le mardi, 27 février 2024 14:50

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