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Marvin Bracy says World Championships silver medal is start of big things

Marvin Bracy gave away nearly three years of his track career in a failed attempt to make the NFL as a wide receiver. But the former Boone High School football/track speedster never stopped believing he could be one of the fastest men in the world. He proved to be just that on Saturday with a silver-medal performance in the 100-meter dash at the world championships of track and field in Eugene, Oregon.
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Sinclaire Johnson, Donald Scott, Marvin Bracy earn World track berths

Sinclaire Johson, a five-time high school state champion for Lake Brantley, is now a national No. 1 as a professional runner. She was the surprise winner of the women’s 1,500-meter run at the USA Track & Field Outdoor Championships on Saturday in Eugene, Ore. The 24-year-old used a big kick on the final lap to surpass four Olympic veterans with a time of 4 minutes, 3.29 seconds.
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Marvin Bracy runs 9.98s in heats at Ed Murphey Classic, watch live

Marvin Bracy qualified for the men’s 100 meters final with the fastest time from the semifinal heats at the 2021 Ed Murphey Classic American Track League meeting at Tom Nix Stadium on Sunday 15. Running in heat one, the American clocked 9.98 seconds (-1.0m/s) to comfortably finish ahead of the...
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Marvin Bracy flashes to 9.85 to win Ed Murphey Classic 100m

Marvin Bracy equaled his personal best of 9.85 seconds (-0.4m/s) when winning the men’s 100 meters at the 2021 Ed Murphey Classic American Track League meeting, hosted at Tom Nix Stadium on Sunday (15). Bracy who said after the race that he was disappointed about missing out on not making...

Orlando’s Marvin Bracy bolts back into Olympic contention with 9.85 time for 100 meters

Marvin Bracy, the former Boone High speedster who left professional track after his 2016 Olympics appearance to try out for the NFL, ran himself right back into contention for the 2020 Tokyo Games on Saturday. Bracy, who failed to make an NFL roster in his nearly three years away from track (2017-19), ran the fastest 100-meter dash of his life in his final race before this month’s U.S. Olympic ...