Just one month in the US and Jonathan has already qualified for SEA Games

Going great guns: National sprinter Jonathan Nyepa in training at the Atlanta Track Club in the United States.

KUALA LUMPUR: It has not even been a month since national sprinter Jonathan Nyepa started his training stint in the United States but it has already reaped success.

The Sarawakian, who left for Atlanta on an eight-month stint in February, has qualified for the Philippines SEA Games after clocking 10.42 to finish fifth in the 100m in the Florida track meet on Saturday.

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