Dorian Keletela became an orphan when he was just a teenager. Having moved to live with his aunt, he was then forced to flee at age 17, eventually making his way to Portugal. He only started running at the age of 15, so he feels he has a lot of possibilities ahead of him, and now trains three hours a day, six days a week with his coach, Francis Obikwelu, who won silver in the 100m at the Olympic Games Athens 2004.
As of June 2022, Dorian’s promising personal best is 10’27’’ and keeps improving. He competed in the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, where he ran a fantastic race in 10’33’’.
Still very young, he keeps training and competing in pursuit of a place on the IOC Refugee Olympic Team for Paris 2024.
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