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Donovan Bailey net worth: Donovan Bailey is a Canadian former sprinter who has a net worth of million.
Donovan Bailey was born in Manchester, Jamaica in December 1967.
One spring afternoon in 2003, Donovan Bailey picked up the phone to his brother.
Bailey, an Olympic 100m gold medal-winner and once the world’s fastest man was revered, famous. It concerned their 70-year-old mother, an in-charge, always on-top-of-things kind of a mother; a “neat-freak”; the kind of woman who makes sure that her five sons all grow up with a backbone.
After questions about Baby Julien's paternity arise, Thomas is determined to prove that Kathryn and the kids should not be overlooked.
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With no wind recorded, Blake produced a solid performance in Canada only a week after winning a Diamond League 100m race in New York in 9.90 seconds, serving notice he will be a contender at the Jamaican Olympic trials.
The 22 year-old will be tested by reigning Olympic 100 and 200 metre champion and world record-holder Usain Bolt as well as Asafa Powell and a host of other Jamaican sprint stars in his homeland's Olympic trials at the end of the month, all of them fighting for berths at the London Olympics athletics events in August.