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  • Writer's pictureAnderson Bobo

North Florida Invite

The University of North Florida hosted a track meet on April 29 and the 30th that brought in some of the top track runners in the world.


After being absent from the professional track world for almost two years, Trayvon Bromell has been emerged as one of the top contenders for this upcoming Olympics Games.


His 9.88 in the 100 meter sprint was the top time in the world. Andre De Grasse, Canadian silver medalist, placed second with a time of 10.05.

Bromell's performance makes him the current favorite for gold medal in this upcoming Tokyo Olympics'.


Emotions were high after the race.

Whenever Grant Holloway races, people watch. Holloway, the current 110 hurdles World Champion, came out to test UNF's new track and put on a show.


Holloway is only 23-years-old and is looking for his gearing up for his Olympic Games this summer.

Some more shots.



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