The Monaco Herculis meeting is an amazing meeting. I have visited the meet a half dozen times over the past decade and it is a true celebration of athletics.
Trayvon Bromell will be battling the finest sprinters in the world on Friday night in Stade Louis II.
MONACO (MON): With a personal best of 9.77 set this season and a win at the US Olympic Trials under his belt, Trayvon Bromell is expecting another quick 100m race when he takes to the Stade Louis II track. “It’s a beautiful line-up, great athletes, I think we’re going to see a lot of fast times,” said the 2016 world indoor champion, who will face his fellow Americans Ronnie Baker and Fred Kerley – second and third behind him at the Trials – plus Canada’s Andre De Grasse and South Africa’s Akani Simbine. “I know it’s going to be a great meet all around.”