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Background and Hurdling Tracks to Uganda's Olympic Switzerland Phone Number List John Akii-Bua, soon after winning in four police championship Switzerland Phone Number List events in 1967, became significantly recognized and was thereafter placed under Briton Malcolm Arnold the new national coach. Akii still holds Uganda's Switzerland Phone Number List decathlon record of 6933 points set in 1971 in Kampala. Starting from the mid-1970's, less and less attention, and fewer and fewer resources were allotted to the development of field events in Switzerland Phone Number List Uganda. The presence of Ugandan decathlon athletes waned. Akii won in the 110 meters-hurdles finals at the East and Central African Switzerland Phone Number List Championships (an annual event originally primarily involving track and field stars from Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Zambia) held in Kampala in 1969. With the influence of the coach Malcolm Arnold, Akii-Bua Switzerland Phone Number List became convinced that he would reap more rewards as a 400 meters-hurdler. In the finals of the 400mh at the Commonwealth Games (Edinburgh, Scotland, 16th to 25th July 1970) Akii-Bua struggled with a back strain and hernia Switzerland Phone Number List injury, was trailing last at the final 100 meters, but still raced in fast to come in fourth in 51.14 seconds. John Sherwood (England) was the gold medalist Switzerland Phone Number List (50.03s), Bill Koskei of Uganda (but soon to return to and compete for his native Kenya) second (50.15s), and Kipkemboi Charles Yego of Kenya third (50.19s). Akii-Bua was not in the top-10 All-Time World Rankings of 1970. But in just the Switzerland Phone Number List following year, he became ranked third behind Ralph Mann and Jean-Claude Nallet. In 1972 and 1973, his leading world performances placed Akii comfortably.
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