— Anderson Bobo (@TheONLYBobo11) April 30, 2021
As he continues to build fitness, Trayvon Brommell is surpassing his fitness in 2016.
His 9.88 win over this past weekend shows that his attention to detail and the thoughtful approach by Coach Rana Reider are building Trayvon towards exciting things.
Bromell 9.88 WL
JACKSONVILLE (USA, Apr 30): Noth Florida Invitational registered World leading 100 m time of the year as former World indoor champion Trayvon Bromell clocked 9.88 (+1.5). Behind him Olympic medalist Andre De Grasse 10.05 followed by Nigerian record holder Divine Oduduru 10.05. French star Jimmy Vicaut was fourth in 10.17. World champion Grant Holloway went 13.22 (-2.0) in the hurdles. Fast 400 m winner was Trevor Stewart 44.52 over Randolph Ross 44.69 PB. Daniel Haugh continued in US hammer improvements, his new PB is now 78.05 (before 76.47). Second Dutch record holder Denzel Comenentia 76.19. On the women’s side, Hannah Cunliffe clocked 11.07 (+1.9) in the 100 m (her second-best ever and fastest since 2016) ahead of Jayla Kirkland 11.12. Madeline Jonathas won the 400 m in 51.21 beating GuyanaÂ´s Aliyah Abrams 51.67 and experienced Courtney Okolo 52.00. Jamaican Brittany Anderson topped hurdles in 12.91 (-0.8) and Michelle Howell improved in the 800 m to 2:02.26.