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What's next for Rohan Browning after stunning the world at the Tokyo Olympics

In ten seconds, Rohan Browning went from an Australian athletic prodigy to a household name around the country. The humble 23-year-old from Sydney also felt that surge in popularity closer to home, picking up over 36,000 Instagram followers in the days following his incredible heat run. When Browning stopped the...
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Australia's Rohan Browning wins 100m heat in Tokyo

Vowing to go faster, Australian sprint star Rohan Browning is gunning for "finals and beyond" after scorching to a spectacular victory in his opening-round heat of the men's 100m at the Tokyo Olympics. Browning clocked a personal-best 10.01 seconds to move to second spot on the Australian all-time list. The...
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Why Rohan Browning knows a sub-10 is possible at the Tokyo Olympic Games

When Joshua Ross took to the track at the Athens 2004 Olympics, no one realised quite how unique that appearance would be. Ross made the quarterfinals and ran a personal best in that race, narrowly missing out on sending an Australian through to the semifinals of the Men's 100m at an Olympic Games.
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‘Why not me?’ Rohan Browning targets rare Australian 100m Olympic medal

In the 125-year history of the modern Olympics, only two Australian men have won a medal in the 100 metre sprint. Stan Rowley claimed bronze at the 1900 Olympics in Paris and Hector Hogan repeated the feat at the 1956 Olympics in Melbourne. With a keen sense of history, Rohan Browning wants to become the third at the 2021 Olympics in Tokyo.