Eugene Amo-Dadzie is banking on a golden summer in Paris away from the day job after his belated breakthrough at the age of 31
“I have no idea what my ceiling is,” says Eugene Amo-Dadzie, AKA the world’s fastest accountant, as he starts to dream about the next chapter of his extraordinary journey and the Paris Olympics. “I have a beautiful story. And I am just going to keep rocking and rolling.”
The old adage is that life begins at 30, but it rarely applies in sport. Yet last June, Amo-Dadzie stunned everyone by crashing through the 10-second barrier for 100m for the first time, before qualifying for his first World Athletics Championships at the age of 31.
Written by Sean Ingle
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