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Michael Johnson

26 Jul
Retired American athletics sports champion, Michael Johnson, has found himself in hot waters after he questioned the accuracy of the clocks at the World Athletic Championships in Oregon, which saw a Nigerian sportswoman, Tobi Amusan, smash the 100m hurdles world record with a stunning semi-final time of 12.12 seconds.
16 Jul
Multiple gold medallist, United States’ Michael Johnson, is unhappy with the difficulties athletes are going through in their bid to secure visa to attend the Oregon 2022 World Championship, which began yesterday in Eugene.
21 Feb 2021
2020 has been a turbulent year for entrepreneurs globally. Some have succumbed while some others succeeded, but all have had to restructure the way they work. There is an art to finding opportunity in distress, and Michael Timothy Johnson sure knows it well. As a successful entrepreneur today, he shares five powerful tips for anyone…

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