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Decathlete Clay hopes to hear home-crowd Cheers (USA Today) August 29th, 2007

OSAKA, Japan — Bryan Clay wouldn’t mind becoming the home crowd favorite during the decathlon this weekend at the world track and field championships.

Under the best of conditions, the two-day, 10-event competition is draining. With temperatures in the 90’s and high humidity, Clay is looking for any help he can get during the 12 hours of competition each day.

“The crowd will play a big role in helping us when we get tired and want to stop,” he said.

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One Response to “Decathlete Clay hopes to hear home-crowd Cheers (USA Today)”

carol suzuki | September 2nd, 2007 at 8:12 am

hi bryan,

we are related to you through my husband, paul’s mom (nancy suzuki, who is cousins with your grandfather). we are missionaries in japan working with the youth here. we were excited when we found out that you were in japan for the world championships and made sure to watch/tape all the events! however, the japanese media gave zero attention to the decathalon and as a result, we didn’t see any footage and had to follow results on the internet. we were so sorry to hear about your injury, but will be rooting and praying for you in beijing! keep shining the Light! your brother and sister in Christ, carol (and paul, too)

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