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Dwain Chambers

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What You Think vs How You Think

Dwain gained a 100m world junior record of 10.06s in 1997 and became the youngest ever world medallist in the event at the 1999 World Championships, taking bronze. On his Olympic debut at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, he was the best European performer in fourth place. He broke the 10 second barrier twice at the 2001 World Championships.

After a brief hiatus, sprinting success came over 60m when he won silver at the 2008 World Indoor Championships, gold at the 2009 European Indoors, became a world champion at the 2010 World Indoor Championships and competed in the 2012 London Olympics.

Dwain’s time within athletics has unearthed many chapters that has seen him live life on both sides of the coin. Dwain has chosen to turn his experience into a vehicle that allows him to give an honest account of his journey so far.

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