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Serrette: Crawford predicted Walcott’s medal
T&T’s Olympic gold medal winner, Hasely Crawford, predicted Keshorn Walcott’s medal success yesterday, according to president of the NAAAs president Ephraim Serrette. “Hasely told me before the event started that if Keshorn threw anywhere near 84 metres, he would medal and he was right.” Serrette said he was seated next to Crawford who became emotional when Walcott was declared winner.“There were tears as he watched. He was just so happy, he could not speak. He had to sit down and take it in. He kept encouraging Keshorn all the time. Hasely is now the happiest man in the world,” said Serrette Serrette described Walcott’s success as one of the greatest experiences ever. “It was unbelievable. This is a young man who has come out here and given his best. It was just inspiring. I am overwhelmed by his strength,” added Serrette.
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