A large crowd has gathered in the stand, across from a race track. They paid to see two athletes compete, to be declared the fastest man in the province of Ontario. The announcer introduces both athletes on the microphone and speaker, as a crowd cheers from the stands.
"We have one hell of a race for you, ladies and gentlemen. It's a 200-metre sprint. The rules are simple. First, to cross the finish line, winds it's all.
These two young athletes are competing to be crowned the fastest man in the province and earn a spot on Canada's Olympic roster. For the upcoming summer Olympic Games. On the starting line.
I introduced to you first, from Toronto. In the red and gold, we have the two time Toronto champion. Gabriel 'The gazelle' Gabos".The crowd cheers for the hometown, favourite.
"Standing next to him. His competition, coming to us from Niagara on the Lake. In all blue's. The 3 time Niagara Falls champion. Rumored to have outran a horse. The pride of southern Ontario. 'Quick' Kyle Kane," the Announcer said.
Nothing, but a few claps for the competition. The umpire raised his cap-gun to the sky and squeeze the trigger. The popping sound starting the race. Both runners are off.
"Gabriel has a slight lead by almost afoot. With 100-metres to go. Wait! 'Quick' Kyle, earning his nickname has caught up to Gabriel, with 25-metres to go. Kyle now as the lead.
Can he hold it? And he does. 'Quick' Kyle Kane is the fastest man in Ontario and is going to the Olympics," the Announcer said, enthusiastically. The result leaves the crowd speechless, on their feet.