Overshadowed by some of his more celebrated countrymen, Nesta Carter, Jamaica’s sometimes forgotten man of sprinting, is not bothered by the little attention he receives, focusing instead on his ambitions to become the best…”I do understand what running 9.78 means, but here in Jamaica, two of those persons in front of me in terms of fastest times are from my own country and as a result I don’t really get the recognition that I should get being the fourth-fastest man in the world,” Carter told The Gleaner during a recent interview.”I am overshadowed, but I just have to continue to do my best, put in the work and try and do better, move up to number one; you have to just take it a step at a time,” he added. Read more>>
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