September 2006
Athletics;Sep/Oct2006, p30
This article presents results from various track and field events held in Canada and around the world from June 17, 2006 to September 3, 2006 including a performance by Trevor O'Brien in the men's 800m race, Kevin Sullivan in the men's 3,000m race in Ireland, Nate Brannan in the men's 1,500m race in Athens, Francis Obikwelu's win in the 100m race in Tenerife, and Ginnie Powell's victory in the women's 100m race in Berlin.


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