Thursday, May 19

Trayvon Bromell wins men’s 100m final at US Olympic Trials and secures spot in Tokyo

EUGENE – Although the stadium has been renovated for $ 270 million, it was in Eugene that Trayvon Bromell rose to stardom when he became the first 18-year-old to break 10 seconds for the 100 meters as a Baylor freshman in the Championship. NCAA 2014. At 21, he had won a bronze medal at the world championship and headed to the Olympic Trials as a favorite to be part of the team. With an annoying bone spur in his Achilles tendon, he came to the team with a second-place finish at 9.84 in testing. It would be his best time until this April.

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