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Munyai Signs with PUMA

PUMA South Africa has signed South African sprinter and 200m national record holder Clarence Munyai.

Munyai set that record of 19.69 seconds at the National Championships in 2018 after competing as an 18-year-old at the 2016 Rio Olympics.

“Clarence is a world-class sprinting talent who has set the tack alight at a relatively young age. We are proud to welcome him to the PUMA family and are excited to see his progression on the global stage,” said Brett Bellinger, Marketing Director of PUMA South Africa.

Munyai joins a PUMA track & field family that includes fellow sprinter Andre De Grasse, world pole-vault record holder Mondo Duplantis, world number two-ranked woman pole-vaulter Sandi Morris, two-time world 400m hurdles champion Karsten Warholm, and word number one-ranked high jumper Maksim Nedasekau.

“Usain Bolt inspired me to sprint, so it is a dream come true to join PUMA and get to wear their spikes and realise my goals, which include making an Olympic final and winning a medal,” said Munyai.

Sport Industry Group
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