Trayvon Bromell of the United States set a world-leading 9.88sec with 100m victory at an invitational meet in Florida on Friday, persevering with his spectacular begin to the season after years dogged by accidents.
Bromell, racing on the University of North Florida Invitational close to his coaching base at Jacksonville, powered dwelling forward of Canada’s Olympic bronze medallist Andre DeGrasse who was second in 10.05sec.
Bromell’s blistering run got here after a 100m victory on the Oregon Relays in Eugene final weekend, the place he defeated world 200m champion Noah Lyles in 10.01sec.
Bromell’s return to kind comes after a profession that had been blown off target by a listing of accidents.
He gained gold within the 60m on the World Indoor championships in Portland in 2016, however suffered disappointment on the Rio Olympics that yr, solely ending in eighth place within the closing gained by Usain Bolt.