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Anonymous said 1 month ago

Blake Haney to Compete for Canada

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    Buddy said 1 week ago

    https://www.iaaf.org/athletes/canada/wendy-fawn-dorr-239316

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    Buddy said 1 week ago

    FD

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    Quoting: Buddy
    "https://www.iaaf.org/athletes/canada/wendy-fawn-dorr-239316"


    Those are some pretty pedestrian times. No worries about her displacing any home grown talent.

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    OBA basketball said 1 week ago

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    "That's idiotic. Mo was in Canada at the very least as a teenager. Don't know about this guy, but the problem I have with change of allegiance is about importing athletes from other countries, not about people who came from a different country and became an athlete here."

    Agreed, response #5 is 100% idiotic and ignorant of the facts.
    Mo’s family immigrated to Canada (my memory thinks grade 5 or 6...) before he every ran a race. He first tried his athleticism at basketball, playing for the St. Catharines Rebels. Despite being a decent player, someone suggested he might be better at running. Mo’s running was 100% developed in Canada before he went to Wisconsin. Congratulations to the NOC for developing his talents to the point where he earned a NCAA D1 scholarship and then made the most of it. He is definitely NOT “born and bred”, but DEFINITELY NOT a wannabe looking for an easy shortcut to the Olympics.

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