Canadian Sprinter Bolade Ajomale Prepares For Second Medal Run in 2021 Tokyo Japan Olympics

Canadian sprinter Bolade Ajomale prepares for second medal run in 2021 Olympics held in Tokyo Japan on the Canadian 4 X 100 men’s relay.

Online PR News – 01-August-2021 – Tokyo, Japan – Canadian professional 100 meter Sprinter Bolade Ajomale, Started running track at age 16, his family always knew he was fast from his days as a soccer player in his youth and today his wears the colors of his home country Canada. His first Olympic entre was in 2016. On paper, Ajomale wasn’t supposed to make the 100m final at the 2016 Canadian Championships. He achieved a personal best 10.15 seconds in the preliminaries, which put him under the Olympic entry standard for the 100m. He went on to finish fourth in the final, earning his way onto the Rio 2016 4x100m relay team.

Ajomale competed at his first World Athletics Championships in 2017, again with the 4x100m relay team, helping them to a sixth-place finish. He won gold with the 4x100m relay at the 2018 NACAC Championships. He ran the 100m and 4x100m relay for Canada at the Lima 2019 Pan Am Games, finishing fourth in the latter. In June 2021, Ajomale set a wind-assisted personal best in the 100m with a time of 10.07. He earned his spot for Tokyo 2020 a week later with a third-place finish at the Canadian Olympic Trials.

He was a three-time NCAA DII champion in 2018, winning the indoor 60m as well as the 100m and 200m titles. He repeated for the 200m titles in 2019. Ajomale represented Canada at the 2015 World University Games, advancing to the semifinals in both the 100m and 200m. He’d previously represented Canada at the 2012 and 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships.

Bolade Ajomale now a world class sprinter and will represent for a second time Team Canada in the 2020-21 Olympic Games in Tokyo Japan on the 4 x 100 relay. Bolade is represented by Trident Sports Management’s Charles Wells, Trident noticed Ajomale’s talent as a real competitor on the international stage. “Ajomale ran collegiately for the Academy of Art University in San Francisco which is not commonly known as a track and field powerhouse, however Bolode’s talent and hard work has shown he is a legitimate world class sprinter” says Wells.

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