Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt, an eight-time Olympic champion, set a record in the under-17 age category back in 2002 when he was just 17 years old. He blazed through the 400-meter race in an astonishing 47.33 seconds, marking his early dominance on the track.

This remarkable feat stood unchallenged for 22 years until it was recently surpassed by another Jamaican athlete, 16-year-old prodigy Nickecoy Bramwell, at the Carifta Games in Grenada. Bramwell shattered Bolt’s record by clocking in at 47.27 seconds, surpassing the seemingly untouchable mark by a mere 0.06 seconds.

Bramwell’s achievement has captivated the world of athletics, signaling the emergence of a new generation of talent from Jamaica. With his incredible speed and determination, Bramwell has already begun to carve out his own legacy in the sport, following in the footsteps of his legendary compatriot Bolt.

Last updated on 08 Apr 2024 - 11:55

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