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There are 3 comments on Meet the Fastest Human in BU History. He’s Only 19

  1. No offense but I feel like I’m probably much faster. Im not saying that to be mean im just really fast. I feel like you could improve your form , no offense. I could teach you if u want

  2. I read about his race at the European Championship. I think there was another younger promising British runner at the meet who may have garnered BU’s interest as well. Anyway, good luck with his Academic and Sports career. It’s a good start.

    When he hangs up his running shoes, maybe he will try out with an EPL team like his hero (Usain Bolt). Please don’t do it at ManUnited. Try Arsenal. And if that fails, a career in FinTech, especially decentralized Finance and Blockchain, could offer potentially huge rewards.

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