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"I'll never stop looking flawless!" vows Canada's Damian Warner after winning the 100 meter race of the decathlon at the Hypo 2012 in Goetzis, Austria on Saturday. The London-born Warner won the 100m and 110m hurdles with times of 10.59s and 13.78s.
Canada's leading decathlete started very strong but came up short of automatically qualifying for the London 2012 Olympics, reports the London Free Press. "Warner finished with 7,961 points. The Canadian Olympic A standard is 8,200 points. Warner’s total surpassed the B standard of 7,950 and it might still get him to England if no other Canadian makes the A standard before the Games start July 27.
Warner's next chance at qualifying for London 2012 will be June 27-30 in Calgary. Two more photos AFTER THE JUMP ...