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Bromell And Wariner Win At Baylor Invitational

WACO, TX – Trayvon Bromell and Jeremy Wariner both won their events at the 2016 Baylor Invitational in Waco, TX on Saturday (9).

WACO, TX – Trayvon Bromell and Jeremy Wariner both won their events at the 2016 Baylor Invitational in Waco, TX on Saturday (9).

Bromell continued his preparations for this summer’s Olympics with a 200m victory, while Wariner took the 400m crown.

The IAAF World Championships joint bronze medallist from Beijing, last summer, Bromell, stopped the clock in the fastest overall time of 20.30 (-0.3 m/s) seconds to secure the half lap crown very comfortably in the time finals event, which was run in 8 sections.

He owns a personal best time of 20.03 seconds for the 200m, set in Eugene last year.

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Bromell, who won the eighth and final heat, eased home ahead of Clayton Vaughn, who ran 20.96 for fourth overall.

Houston pair Leshon Collins and Jacarias Martin finished 1-2 in heat seven with respective times of 20.77 and 20.96 for second and third overall.

Bromell, a former Baylor University representative, won his first senior global title in March when he captured the men’s 60m crown at the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Portland.

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Wariner Takes One Lap Title

Former World and Olympic champion Jeremy Wariner took the victory in the men’s 400m dash in 45.70.

Wariner, a former Baylor Bears, who still believes he can secure a place on the U.S. team to the Rio Olympics, got home ahead of fellow American and currency Baylor star Will London (45.76).

The 32-year-old Wariner is a three-time Olympic Games gold medallists and has won five IAAF World Championships titles.

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His personal best of 43.45 seconds is the third-fastest time on the world all-time list for the 400m.

Men’s 200m (-0.3)
Trayvon Bromell 20.30, 2 LeShon Collins 20.77, 3 Clayton Vaughn 20.96; 4 Jacarias Martin 20.96

Men’s 400m
Jeremy Wariner 45.70, 2 Will London 45.76, Caleb Dickson 46.81

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Men’s 4 x 100 m
Houston University 39.14

Women’s 100m (0.6)
1 Taylor Bennett 11.38 PB, 2 Kiana Horton 11.61 PB, 3 Kristina Knott 11.62 PB

Women’s 200m (-1.0)
1 Taylor Bennett 22.71 PB, 2 Kiana Horton 23.41 PB, 3 Tori Williams 23.52 PB

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Women’s 400m
1 Dalilah Muhammad 52.90, 2 Lilla McMillan 53.23, 3 Madison Reynolds 53.37

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