Sani Brown won the at the setting a championship record of 10.
Meanwhile, his teammate on the UF team, sophomore sprinter , was surrounded by more than a dozen reporters from Japan for what he did.
Previously, Japanese sprinter Yoshihide Kiryu, who was then competing for Toyo University, ran the first sub 10-second time of 9.
Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 21 years old? Although the time does not qualify for a Japanese record, given the tail-assisted wind of 2.
Three days later he doubled by winning the 200m in 20.
Â UF CAREER:Â In his final season at UF in 2019, Sani Brown ran second leg for Florida's NCAA title-winning and collegiate record-breaking 4x100 relay team 37.