Tracks Of Our Tears : Jamaica In Beijing - Before and Beyond


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Tracks Of Our Tears : Jamaica In Beijing - Before and Beyond

Postby Bonus » Sat Nov 08, 2008 4:32 pm

...a tropical storm developed in their vicinity, and since he was the first of the season, they named him ‘Bolt’. Up to then, he never seemed to be a direct threat, but he was still on a path, swirling in Powell and Gay’s direction, gusting winds of 10.03 seconds to end the season in this, his first outing venturing forth at 100m. Tropical storm Bolt threatened to become a hurricane with its eye focused on the US/Jamaica territorially sensational event, but the wind system seemed erratic at that time. By the time 2008 stormed into being, Bolt accelerated into acquiring hurricane status and a watch warning was issued at the May edition of the Jamaica International Track and Field Meet. There, Bolt kicked up a storm accompanied by an earthquake registering 9.76 on the Richter scale...

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