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April 18, 2012 --(Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands)— Jamaica’s Yohan Blake, the number one ranked sprinter in the 100-meter dash, announced today plans to compete in the inaugural Cayman Invitational at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex in Grand Cayman on May 9th.
Blake, who won the men’s 100 meters at last year’s World Champion in Daegu, South Korea, is the # 1 ranked 100 meters runner and headlines the men’s short sprint at this inaugural event. In Daegu, at the age of twenty one, he became the youngest 100 meter gold medalist in the history of the World Championships. He later went on after the World Championships to set a personal best of 9.82 seconds in the 100 meters.
He also in 2011, ran more races under 10 seconds than any other sprinter, and ended his season in astonishing fashion by securing the fastest 200 meters time in the world – and second fastest in history – at 19.26 seconds.
The star sprinter said he was very happy to be added to the field in Grand Cayman and that he and RACERS Track Club Ltd., wanted to support the development of yet another athletic meeting in the Caribbean region.
Blake’s addition to the event is sure to add a heightened element for all track enthusiasts in attendance.