Paul was especially proud of his sub-ten run in Brisbane.
“It was nice to have done that. At that point in time, I was probably in the form of my life and I guess the coaching staff would say that’s what we expected you to do. It’s probably where you’ve got to be if you’re going to be running for Australia at the Olympics in men’s sprinting.”
Paul's run in Brisbane places him in an select group with only two other Australians ever breaking the 10 seconds barrier.
"It’s a small club in Australia. To do it is great. I wished I had done it at the Olympics, but it didn’t happen.”