American Michael Norman inked his name in sprint’s history books today with a stunning display.
Norman, who is considered one of the best quarter-milers in the world today, ran a stunning 9.86 (1.6m/s wind) to win at today’s (20 July) Fort Worth, Texas meeting.
He joined Wayde van Niekerk in an elite club as he has now gone under 10 seconds for 100m, 20 seconds for 200m and 44 seconds for 400m.
“NEW PR! 9.86(+1.6) and 10.03(+1.6) for @_kingben_ for our season opener. After four long years I finally got to run the 100m,” Norman tweeted after the race.
Norman’s training partner, Rai Benjamin, also ran a personal best of 10.03 seconds.
“BIG season opener today in the 100m with a 10.03 (1.6m/s wind) Fire and my guy @Mike_Norman22 with a 9.86 (1.6) Fire.
“Might just switch events Eyes,” tweeted Benjamin.
Ronnie Baker finished third in 10.23.
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