Ghanaian sprinter, Leo Myles Mills clocked first in the 100 metres of the Stockholm open last week.
A BBC report said Mills cruised home ahead of other competitors in a comfortable time that showed an improvement on his earlier performance. Mills is the current African 100 metres champion which he won in South Africa last year. Despite his top form he failed to impress at the 2000 Olympic games in Sydney Australia.
That notwithstanding, Mills continues to pull crowds whenever he participates in indoor games. His current performance may well improve his rating and open more invitations for him.
It will also line his pocket with more dollars. It is the hope of Ghanaians that Mills will maintain his current performance for the next Olympic in Athens in 2004.