Jamaica’s World Junior 200m bronze medallist Michael O’Hara has put pen to paper on a long term professional contract with Puma, a world leading company in sportswear.

O’Hara, the winner of  gold medals in the 100m, 200m and 110m hurdles at Champs 2015, will be represented by agent Ricky Simms of PACE Sports Management and managed by Nugent Walker, the same team who has guided the professional career of the world’s fastest man Usain Bolt.

“I am delighted to sign with Puma and take the next step in my professional career. I trust that Ricky and NJ will look after my best interests and allow me to concentrate on running fast and winning medals in the years to come,” said the 19 year old sprint star.

Agent Ricky Simms stated, “Michael is one of the world’s top young sprinters. He is a World Youth Champion and multiple Jamaican Champion. Under the coaching guidance of Glen Mills I am confident that he has a very bright future.”

Michael currently has plans to pursue a degree in Business Management at the University of West Indies in Kingston.

Image via Youtube/SportsXplorer Multimedia

Image via Youtube/SportsXplorer Multimedia

Source: Oharasprint

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Jamaica's World Junior 200m bronze medallist Michael O'Hara has put pen to paper on a long term professional contract with Puma, a world leading company in sportswear. O'Hara, the winner of  gold medals in the 100m, 200m and 110m hurdles at Champs 2015, will be represented by agent Ricky Simms of PACE Sports Management...

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