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Jamie Adjetey-Nelson’s biography (0)

Oct 09, 2010
When Jamie was 17 years old, he competed in the Decathlon at the 2002 Ontario Championships. The opportunity to travel across Canada attracted him to track and field. Experiencing different provinces was exciting, and now he is travelling the world, experiencing different countries.

James Adjetey-NelsonHometown: Windsor, Ontario, Canada

Jamie Adjetey-Nelson’s accomplishments include earning:

  • first place at the 19th Commonwealth Games Delhi 2010, India;
  • sixth place at the 2nd World Youth Championships in Debrecen, Hungary;
  • second in the 4x400m and eighth in long jump at the Pan American Junior Championship;
  • third at the NACAC U23 Championship in Sherbrooke, Quebec;
  • sixth at the NACAC Combined Events Championship in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic;
  • ninth at the World Student Games 2007 in Bangkok, Thailand;
  • sixth at the World Student Games 2009 in Belgrade, Serbia;
  • National Junior Long Jump Champion 2003;
  • National Senior Long Jump Champion 2006;
  • four-time National Senior Decathlon Medalist 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008;
  • four-time Canadian University Pentathlon Champion (former record holder) 2004, 2006, 2007, 2009; and 2005 Canadian University Long Jump Champion

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