Toronto — Champion Sprinter Donovan Bailey Shares His Story Will be successful on and off track.
Random House Canada announced on Tuesday that it has acquired the rights to the memoirs of the Olympic gold medalist.
According to the publisher, untitled books will be on the shelves in the summer of 2023.
After moving from Jamaica to Canada in 1981, Bailey spent nearly a decade focusing on finance and real estate. Competitive sprint.
He has been a two-time Olympic gold medalist and a three-time world champion sprinter, and once held a world record of 100 meters.
Bailey states that the book will bring the wisdom he gained from his family and coaches to success on the fast track.
"I want to share the lessons of becoming a champion with others, whether applicable to sports, business or any other aspect of life, so I can win without apologizing. "I said in a Bailey statement.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published on July 5, 2022.
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