The secret to this Olympic sprinter's success? His mullet

The secret to this Olympic sprinter's success? His mullet

8/3/2021 6:22:00 AM

The secret to this Olympic sprinter's success? His mullet

Rohan Browning believes his mullet helps him in a traditionally 'alpha male' event.

It's safe to say that Australian sprinter Rohan Browning is one of the fastest men in the world who happens to rock a mullet hairstyle.Browning, 23, stunned the competition at the Tokyo Olympics in his 100-meter qualifying heat, running the distance in 10.01 seconds. While he eventually didn't make it to the final, Browning's hairstyle earned him plenty of new admirers.

Seventeen Announces Ninth EP 'Attacca' Two Canadians imprisoned by China have been released, Prime Minister Trudeau says How to Watch BTS' Global Citizen Performance Online Free

Browning's mullet hairstyle, which he said gives him a secret advantage, earned him plenty of new admirers.Pete Dovgan / Icon Sportswire via Getty ImagesIn an interview withAustralia's Channel 7, Browning explained how the"semi-stupid" hairstyle gives him an advantage in a race he said has been a"typical alpha male event" throughout history.

"There is always a lot of posturing, a lot of staring down in the cool room. I think that’s why, for me, having this semi-stupid haircut is almost like a bit of an advantage," he said.He added that"people might look at you and not know what to think" and that it"definitely helps to break that mould."


World's youth take to the streets again to battle climate change

Young people around the world took to the streets on Friday to demand urgent action to avert disastrous climate change, in their largest protest since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Belarus runner alleges Olympic team tried to send her homeAn activist group supporting Krystsina Tsimanouskaya said she believed her life was in danger in Belarus and would seek asylum with the Austrian Embassy in Tokyo.

Olympic Sprinter Will Reportedly Seek Asylum After Refusing Attempt To Force Her Back To BelarusKryscina Tsimanouskaya is 'safe' at an airport in Tokyo after resisting attempts to put her on a flight, according to the International Olympic Committee. good Hey MzBerryThrows if it’s so bad here, seek asylum elsewhere They called her 'emotionally & psychologically' challenged. That's enough to make you doubt the official story.

Cycling-World records, Chinese gold as track starts with a bangChina's team sprinters took the first gold on offer in the Olympic track cycling programme as Bao Shanju and Zhong Tianshi powered to victory at the Izu Velodrome on Monday.

Belarusian Olympic Sprinter Receives Polish Visa After Refusing to Return HomeKrystsina Tsimanouskaya is set to travel to Poland on Wednesday after she resisted her team’s attempts to send her home from Tokyo against her will in the middle of a public dispute. too quickly she changed the geographical location of her home and, by her decision, betrayed the team of Belarus 🔥BossBabyLink ($BBLINK)🔥 The new token that rewards holders in Chainlink 🔥Many influencers on board 🔥 Active community 🔥LP locked for 6 months. 🔥 3 days old 🔥 Listed on CG / CMC coming Telegram: BabyLinkOfficial What an ugly organized circus🤮

Olympian Chris Mears says loss of joy drove him to bin diving for music careerThe gold medal winning sport star quit the world of diving in 2019 following success at the Rio Olympic games and is focusing on producing and making music instead

Belarus Tries to Send Olympic Sprinter Home After CriticismKrystsina Tsimanouskaya said she is safe at a Tokyo police station after asking for help in preventing Belarus Olympic Committee from removing her from Japan against her will. She intended to seek for asylum in Austrian embassy. Austrian embassy however stated it is possible to seek for asylum only in person in Austria. But now Czech foreign minister offered her visa.