Coleman Won Sprint Double In NCAA Final

The Tennesse  Bullet and NCAA 2017 Indoor Double Champion Christian Coleman; has finally cemented his name among the collegiate great. He brushed aside a very cloudy and terrible whether with the wind in Emerald city called Eugene nosedive to minus three to win the NCAA sprint double. He clocked 10.04s in the 100m and two hours later won 200m to achieved the double in a time of 20.25s after shattering 100m NCAA record on Wednesday.

The 400m also thrilled the crowd with current Collegiate 400m record holder Fred Kerley winning the 400m in a time of 44.10s and followed by Nathan Allen with 44.69s run.

But in all, the 400m hurdle brought out the more excitement which was keenly contested. Eric Futch from Florida final won in 48.32s, followed by Rai Benjamin-48.33s and Kamar Mowatt-48.49s.

The all female final will come up today.

By discernsportblog

Former sprinter, Taewondo and Badminton Player. Sport Physiotherapist

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