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Marco Arop Comes Out Of Nowhere To Capture Pan Am Gold For Canada

Mat Israelson | 1 month ago
Marco Arop is a Canadian track and field star. Born in Sudan and raised Canadian, Marco Arop, like fellow Canadian track star Sage Watson, studies in the United States. The only difference is, Marco goes to school at Mississippi State University. This year's Pan American Games in Lima brought a...
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American Educated, Canadian Born & Raised: Sage Watson On Her Pan Am Gold & Improving Canada’s Sport System

Leonardo Roque | 1 year ago
Sage Watson recently won gold in the women's 400-metre hurdles for Canada at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru. Born in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Sage Watson is proudly Canadian and has represented Canada on the world stage countless times. Her Olympic debut was at Rio 2016. Sage Watson...

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