Trayvon Bromell

Trayvon Bromell Closes Out Season With Good Deed And Great Time

(L-R) Ferdinand Omanyala (Kenya), Trayvon Bromell and Justin Gatlin compete in the men's 100-meter dash at the Kip Keino Classic 2021 on Sept. 18, 2021 in Nairobi, Kenya. Sprinter Trayvon Bromell closed out his season with the fastest time in the world this year by leaving everything on the track in Kenya.
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Olympic News Updates for Trayvon Bromell

At Tokyo Olympics 2020, Trayvon Bromell with team USA gets 6th place in Athletics - Men's 4 x 100m Relay Round 1 - Heat 2. Join your friends & family: Follow & support your favorite Olympic athletes in the NewsBreak app. Download the NewsBreak app for LIVE Olympic updates and local news + alerts in your area.
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Trayvon Bromell fails to make 100m Final in Olympics shocker

Forget about becoming the new world’s fastest man — gold medal favorite Trayvon Bromell couldn’t even reach the final of the 100 meters at the Tokyo Olympics. In a stunning result Sunday, the American didn’t qualify after running 10.00 seconds, poor for him, in the semifinals. Instead, Lamont Marcell Jacobs...

USA's Trayvon Bromell Reacts to Missing Men's Olympic 100m Final

Team USA sprinter Trayvon Bromell has thanked his supporters after failing to qualify for the final of the men's 100 meter sprint at the Tokyo Olympic Games. The 26-year-old—tipped as a pre-games favorite for the gold medal—was not fast enough to progress from his semi-final race at Tokyo's Olympic Stadium on Sunday.

Trayvon Bromell knocked out of Olympic 100m final in semis

U.S. champion and world leader Trayvon Bromell's incredible comeback ended prematurely Sunday night in Tokyo after failing to advance out of the semifinals, ending perhaps the best chance for an American to reclaim the title of "World's Fastest Man" in the post-Usain Bolt era. Bromell, needing a top-two finish to...