Former world indoor champion – Trayvon Jaquez Bromell has set a world leading time of 9.88/1.5 seconds in Jacksonville, Florida.

Bromell, the first junior to break the 10-second barrier in the 100 meters with a time of 9.97 seconds held his verve to beat 2016 Olympic medallist -Andre De Grasse and Nigerian Divine Oduduru who were both timed at 10.05 seconds.

The 25-year-old Florida born sprinter’s personal best time in the 100 meters race is 9.84 seconds, ran a few weeks before he turned 20 years of age in Eugene, Oregon.

Meanwhile, Nigeria’s Blessing Okagbare won the women’s 200m in a wind-assisted 22.03/2.5 seconds.


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