Sports, Trayvon Bromell, Tokyo 2020 Olympics

Sports, Trayvon Bromell

USA's Trayvon Bromell reacts to missing men's Olympic 100m final

Tipped as a pre-games favorite for the gold medal, Bromell's 10.00 second run was not fast enough to qualify for Sunday's final.

8/1/2021 4:20:00 PM

Tipped as a pre-games favorite for the gold medal, Bromell's 10.00 second run was not fast enough to qualify for Sunday's final.

Tipped as a pre-games favorite for the gold medal, Bromell's 10.00 second run was not fast enough to qualify for Sunday's 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.

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Bromell posted a time of 10.00 seconds, losing out to Nigeria's Enoch Obaloluwa Adegoke also on 10.00 seconds and Great Britain's Zharnel Hughes who ran 9.98 seconds."I want to say thank you to everyone who's been with me on this journey," Bromell

wrote on Twittershortly after the race."Lord knows how much I wanted to be in that final. BUT I walk away with a smile because I know I showed many that after 4 years out, you can still fight and make dreams come true," adding"APTTMH," a religious acronym meaning"All Praise to the Most High." headtopics.com

British sprinter Adam Gemili, a former 200m Olympic finalist, showed his support for Bromell."People haven't seen the journey brother," he tweeted."2 years ago you struggled to finished a warm up. From that to aN Olympic Gold Medal contender. Your best is yet to come Raised fist

This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.USA's Trayvon Bromell reacts after competing in the men's 100m semi-finals during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo on August 1, 2021.

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