Ageday hoping for successful first year as a senior

- but disappointed with controversy surrounding AAG

Nineteen-year-old South American 100m bronze medallist Chavez Ageday is focussed on stepping up his game as he prepares to compete as a senior competitor for the first time this year while hoping to qualify for world class competitions.

Ageday, who is coached Raymond Dauw, bagged his first medal at an international meet at the South American Under 23 Championships in Sao Paulo Brazil last September.

There, Ageday clocked his electronically personal best time 10.65s to  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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