- Posted August 10, 2012 by
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Olympics 2012: Jamaica invites Imafidons to celebrate Usain Bolt's Record-Breaking Success
LONDON-UK: World Record Breaking Imafidon siblings (http://www.imafidons.com) - whose academic world Records include the youngest people ever to graduate from Oxford University in Maths and Computer Science and the youngest ever to pass University of Cambridge Advanced Maths exam at the tender age of 8, and the youngest ever manager of a Fortune 500 Company - came out in full force to support and join celebrations for Jamaica's 100m and 200m Defending Champion Usain Bolt, after the family was personally invited to Jamaica House in O2 Arena by the Jamaican High Commissioner, Her Excellency Aloun Ndombet-Assamba.
The formidable Imafidon family did everything they could to cheer on Usain Bolt - who took the gold medals in both 100m and 200m, events dominated by the youngest Imafidon siblings, the Imafidon Twins - and vocalise their support for the Jamaican which was drowned out by deafening chants of the Patriotic Jamaican crowd, as he strolled across the finish line in the Men's 200m Final. The Imafidons' illustrious efforts to celebrate Usain Bolt's historic Olympic feat ought to be rewarded with a Gold Medal in Athlete support and Audience participation as they joined the jubilant crowd to greet Bolt's gold medal with rapturous cheers, singing and dancing.
Youngest siblings and talented twins, Peter and Paula Imafidon - who are students of the Excellence in Education (EIE) Programme, which has produced the highest number of prodigies in the world (http://www.excellenceineducation.org.uk) - have extra-curricular achievements that are also worthy of note. Their sporting achievements include coming 1st in 100m, 200m, 400m, 4 x 100m Relay as well as victory in the International Boat Race 2009, finishing with the fastest time for their age group.
Imafidon Twins, Peter and Paula Imafidon, have previously held the Olympic Torch as it passed through the streets of Stratford en route to the Olympic Stadium (Please also see: http://edition.cnn.com/2012/07/21/sport/olympic-torch/ind...) and struggled to contain their excitement, as they were thrust into the thick of the action (Imafidon Twins- Olympic Torchbearers). They were keen to make the most of the unique opportunity also experienced by Britain's Richest Man, Lakshmi Mittal and many other celebrities including Will.i.am (http://will.i.am/) and Doctor Who Actor Matt Smith.
Also other notable EIE Alumni including Premiership Soccer Star Fabrice Muamba who had the honour of carrying the Olympic Torch through his hometown of Waltham Forest (Please see:http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-18923697).