Reed My Lips

Gains, Paul
September 2007
Athletics;Sep/Oct2007, p38
The article focuses on Canadian middle distance runner Gary Reed. Reed finished second in the 800 meter race at the 2007 World Championships of track and field in Osaka, Japan, losing to Alfred Yego of Kenya by a narrow margin. It is rare for Canadians who live and train in Canada to do so well in international competition. Reed states he could earn more money competing in Europe, but his focus is winning a medal in the 2008 Olympic Games.


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