Life has never come easily to Trayvon Bromell.
It was quite fitting that the meeting at which Trayvon Bromell ran his fastest 100m for more than four years – a 9.90 clocking in Clermont on Friday (24) – was called ‘Back To The Track’.
A further 11 global medallists have confirmed that they will compete at the IAAF Diamond League meeting in Birmingham on Sunday 5 June, the meeting organisers announced on Monday (16).
The future of world sprinting will be on display at the IAAF Diamond League meeting in Oslo on 9 June when Canada’s Andre De Grasse and USA’s Trayvon Bromell go into their blocks in the 100m at the ExxonMobil Bislett Games.
Day two at the IAAF World Indoor Championships Portland 2016 saw the athletes take to the track for the first time, with the fans who packed the stands being treated to a night to remember. Here are the six pivotal storylines from an unforgettable evening.
Trayvon Bromell electrified a sold-out crowd by becoming the first US athlete to claim the men’s world indoor 60m title in six years with a personal best of 6.47.
When Trayvon Bromell was 10, he used to race kids on the street near his home in St Petersburg, Florida, and he rarely lost.
There were whispers in the off-season that Mo Farah was planning an assault on the world indoor 3000m record at the Glasgow Indoor Grand Prix, but the Briton has said his foremost aim is victory at the IAAF World Indoor Tour meeting on Saturday (20).
Trayvon Bromell and Jenn Suhr radiated confidence when discussing their upcoming meeting with a group of reporters in Boston. The two will compete at the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix, the second event of this year's IAAF World Indoor Tour, to be held in the suburb of Roxbury on Sunday (14).