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Florida's trio of 100m sprinters Justin Gatlin, Trayvon Bromell, and Marvin Bracy all moved on to Saturday's semifinal action, while the road to Rio ended for Andres Arroyo in the 800m run. We recap all the day two action for Florida Olympians!
Trayvon Bromell is one of the top young sprinters in the world and has his eyes set on a gold medal at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio. Bromell's Coach Mike Ford gave us an exclusive look at the training log for his star athlete during his time in Brazil on the eve of the first round of the 100m dash.
On the first day of relay practice for Team USA, Trayvon Bromell talked about embracing the spotlight of the Olympic 100m.
Former Gibbs High School and current Baylor sprinter Trayvon Bromell wins bronze in the 100m dash at the World Championships in Beijing at only 20 years old.
Trayvon Bromell refuses to thump his chest, and he’s not one to strut around with a “look at me” attitude. If you ask the Baylor sophomore, he doesn’t even view himself as the guy to beat in the 100-meter dash at this week’s NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.(via www.wacotrib.com)
Trayvon Bromell took home gold in the 200m dash at the NCAA D1 Indoor Track & Field Championships in a blistering time of 20.19 the second fastest in collegiate history and fifth fastest in world history! It was his second national title as a Baylor Bear, after winning the 100m outdoor championship as a freshman. See how all our Florida alumni fared in competition at the D1, D2, & D3 National Championships.
National HS record holder & World Jr record holder come together before NCAA rivalry begins
Trayvon Bromell ran his way to the third-fastest all-conditions 100 meters in collegiate history when he won the Big 12 Championship in 9.77w. The freshman became the one to beat, and eventually took home the NCAA crown.
The stages keep getting bigger for childhood friends Trayvon Bromell and TJ Holmes. The pair have been racing each other since they were in grade school. They joined the same youth track club and grew up together. They both attended high school in south Saint Petersburg and they both landed on the prestigious Baylor track team for their first year of collegiate track. They are college roommates and will even be rooming together for the World Junior Championships in Eugene, Oregon this week.
After winning the NCAA Championship 100 meter dash last month at Hayward Field, Trayvon Bromell returned to the historic University of Oregon track for USA Juniors. The performance wasn't quite the 9.97 he put up to win his first title as a Baylor freshman, but his 10.07 was good enough for the win and a spot on team USA at the World Junior Championships next week. Bromell, one of the favorites to bring home gold will be blogging throughout his journey over the next week.
US sprinter Trayvon Bromell fulfilled the predictions that have abounded since the start of the summer that he would be the first junior to go under 10 seconds when clocked a world junior record time of 9.97 * to win the prestigious US collegiate (NCAA) championships in Eugene on Friday (14). (via iaaf.org)
Former Gibbs High School standout Trayvon Bromell is having a spectacular freshman season as a member of the Baylor Bears. Gordon Mack of our friends at Flotrack recently caught up with Bromell via Skype to talk about his season and the upcoming NCAA Championships.
The 2013-2014 school year has provided some great highlights in both cross country and track across the Sunshine State. In the coming weeks many of our seniors will head out to start their college careers both athletically and academically. We wanted to salute them one more time in this special feature and say thank you for your support over the years.
Former Gibbs High School standout Trayvon Bromell continued his fantastic freshman season as a Baylor Bear. According to Track and Field News World Rankings, Bromell's 10.01 to win the Texas Relays was the second fastest in 2014. At the Big 12 Championships this past weekend, the speedster ran 10.09, the fastest time in the prelims, and followed that by a wind-aided 9.77! Although it was aided by a 4.2 m/s wind, that is still moving, and would give him the fastest wind-aided time in the world! Baylor finished fourth as a team behind Texas Tech, Texas, and Oklahoma State.
Given the weekend Baylor frosh Trayvon Bromell had at the Texas Relays, not even Division I Men’s National Athlete of the Week honors from the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) on Monday could top his recent list of accomplishments. (via USTFCCCA)
Baylor track and field freshman Trayvon Bromell clocked a time of 10.02 to run the fastest 100 meters in school and Texas Relays history on Friday at Mike A. Myers Stadium. (via BaylorBears.com)
There is no doubt Florida is one of the most talented states in the country when it comes to track and field. We wanted to honor the best of the best with our 2013 Track & Field Athlete of the Year awards. Trayvon Bromell of Gibbs High School is our winner in the Boys Sprints/Hurdles Event category. Bromell had a spectacular senior season picking up his first two state championships, and winning several national meets, earning himself even more postseason hardware and recognition.
State champion, Golden South champion, Great Southwest champion, New Balance National Outdoor champion, and USA Junior champion. Gibbs High School senior Trayvon Bromell has gotten used to winning over the past several months.
It was a great 2012-2013 in both cross country and track across the Sunshine State. Many of our seniors will soon be on their way to start their college careers both athletically and academically so we wanted to salute them one more time in this special feature.
The 51st Annual Ed Wells Jr. Kiwanis Invitational stayed with some conventions and broke completely with others. The Lakewood boys continued their winning ways, while the Osceola girls upset Lakewood and Pinellas Park.