In the 90s Frankie Fredericks showed his talent on athletic tracks around the world. He has an impressive record including two silver medals for the 100 and 200m in the Barcelona Olympics (1992) and in Atlanta (1996). Frankie Fredericks was one of the best sprinters that the world has ever seen.


World Champion in 200 m in 1993 and runner-up in 1991, 1995 and 1997; World Champion in 200 m indoor in 1999; gold medallist at the World cup (1998) in the 200 m, gold medallist at the African Championships (1998) in 200 m, African Games (1991) in 100 m and 200 m and Commonwealth Games (1994 and 2002 in 200 m); world record holder 100 m and 200 m indoors, African record holder in the 200 m!


Currently a member of the International Olympic Committee, Frankie Fredericks is involved in many commissions that promote the Olympic spirit.


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