American Trivonne Bromel won the athletic tournament in Florida in the United States on Friday with 988 to set her best time of the year on the 100 meters. The victory confirmed his impressive return to the tracks after a complicated year due to an achy Achis tendon injury.
The 25-year-old Bromel outscored Canadian Olympic bronze medalist Andre Degrees to score 10–0–0. Divya Oduduru was in third place, while French Jimmy Vaikut finished fourth with a time of 10s17. A week earlier, Bromel had already won the 100-meter race at the Oregon Relay, defeating 200m world champion Noah Lyles in 10s01 in Eugene.
Bromel’s great moment makes him stand out with a possible gold medalist in the 100 meters at the Tokyo Olympics. With the retirement of Usain Bolt of Jamaica, who maintained his dominance in the race for more than a decade, and the absence of world champion Christian Coleman (suspended for violating doping control rules), the race for fastest man in the world Is largely undefined.
Brommel’s return to excellent form comes years later when his career is hampered by physical issues. Bromel emphasized the international athletics scene in 2015, when he set a personal record of 9s84 in the 100 meters before the age of 20 – the fastest time a teenager ever achieved for distance. He won a bronze medal in the World Cup held in Beijing that year.
The American won a gold medal in the 60 meters at the 2016 Portland Indoor World Championships in 2016, but did very poorly at the Rio Olympics that same year, winning the Bolts by finishing only eighth in the finals. Then, he suffered a rupture in the Achilles tendon at the end of the 4×100 meter relay. In this event, the US team finished third, but was disqualified to make baton changes outside the permitted zone.
A nightmare of injuries began that prompted him to stay out of the competition for two years. For example, his only race in the 2017 season was at the US National Championships in June, when he ran 100 meters in 10s22 and did not even reach the semi-finals. Bromel then gave up training and championships to care for his Achilles tendon. Now, Sprinter reveals that he has finally regained his fitness.