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Wednesday, 15 November 2017 17:36

Elite Junior Athletes To Benefit From Four-Year Deal Between NAAA And Michael Johnson Performance Centre

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The National Association of Athletics Administrators has signed a four-year deal with the Michael Johnson Performance Centre to help develop our country's elite junior athletes.

Head of the MJP, Olympic 200M and 400M Champion, Michael Johnson, spoke to Kent Fuentes about the partnership.

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