Stephen Abosi will compete at the Jerome Indoor Games in the 60m sprint on February 2nd to defend the title he won last year. The UBC graduate who is now a law student at the University of Calgary, holds the meet record he broke in 2018 with a time of 6.77 seconds. This student is from Botswana and hopes at some point he is able to compete internationally for his home country.
The Jerome Indoor Games is now in it’s 9th year at the Richmond Olympic Oval, considered by some, as one of the most important legacies of the 2010 Olympic Games. Meet Directors Vincent Doyle and Kim Young expect entries to match the 2018 total of just under 800 in the events which provide opportunities for age group as well as master athletes.
Entries close on January 25 just over 2 weeks away.
Coaches and athletes can enter here