The Fastest Aboriginal Runner in the World
If you think that you can run very fast, you should be ashamed when you check out the list of the fastest aboriginal runner. The aboriginal people are very strong and agile on the field. There are many sprinters, track and field athletes who amaze you with the medals and achievement on the track. Being a runner is not easy to do if you do not have strong legs and fast speed. Actually anyone can become a good runner as long as they want to practice every day. Check out the list of the fastest aboriginal runner below:
The Fastest Aboriginal Runner: Cathy Freeman
You must be amazed when you see Cathy freeman in action. She was a track and field athlete. She was called as an Australian sport legend in 2011. In 1997 until 1999, she got several world championships for 400 meter medals. In Sydney Olympics 2000, she got a gold medal. For year earlier, Cathy was only a silver medalist.
The Fastest Aboriginal Runner: Jacob Groth
The next fastest aboriginal runner is Jacob Groth. In 2004, he was a World Junior representative as a sprinter. You need to see him in action.
The Fastest Aboriginal Runner: Joshua ‘The Boss’ Ross
Another aboriginal man to amaze you is Joshua Ross. This man was called as a The Boss on the field. He was famous after winning Stawell Gift in 2003. He was a track and field athlete. In 2005, this man won the gift again. In November 2009, he announced his retirement as an athlete after he broke the record of the third fastest Australian athlete over 100 m. He took the record in only 10.08 seconds. Joshua was appointed in various kinds of sport events such as 2006 Commonwealth Games, 2004 Athens Olympic Games and world championships in 2005 and 2009.
The Fastest Aboriginal Runner: Ken Hampton
Kem Hampton’s life is very inspiring. He was a very fast sprinter in 1961 Bay Sheffield 130-yard race after he broke the record in 12.4 seconds. Do you know that he was a member of the Alwa People? His name was inducted at Bay Sheffield Hall of Fame 2009. After he ended his career as an athlete, he decided to become the first aboriginal Justice of Peace in South Australia.
The Fastest Aboriginal Runner: Kyle Vander-Kuyp
The last person on the list was Kyle Vander-Kuyp. He focused in hurdling and field athletes. He participated in a lot of world championships such as 1994 and 1998 Commonwealth Games, 1996 and 2000 Olympic Games, and Oceania record in 1995.
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