Christian Coleman focused on Albuquerque and Birmingham


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Christian Coleman earned a silver medal in the 100 meters last summer in London. After his double victories at the NCAA, Coleman went professional after the NCAAs and during the USATF meet. At the beginning of the indoor season, Coleman ran his best opener. In his second meet, Coleman broke the WR with a fine 6.37 for the 60 meters. Coleman's name was spoken with the man whose record he broke: Maurice Greene. Greene broke the 60m record in 1998 and 2001, both times running 6.39.

So, the question becomes, how fast can Christian Coleman run? In Boston, the sprinter stumbled, and then, still ran a 6.46. The social media world has asked about Christian Coleman. Can he run faster in Albequerque? Or, will he hold if for Birmingham?

We will find out this weekend!

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