Rohan Browning has develop into the primary Australian sprinter since Patrick Johnson to report a sub-ten second 100 metres time.
Browning produced a surprising run to clock 9.96 seconds on the Illawarra Observe Problem on Saturday, blitzing the sector to take first place.
The 23-year-old’s run was assisted by a +3.3m/s wind behind his again, making it ineligible to be counted as an Olympic qualifying time.
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No matter this, the time is the fourth quickest for an Australian in all situations behind Johnson, whose 9.93 time set in 2003 remaining an Australian report.
It continues the golden period for younger Australian sprinters forward of the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, with Tasmania’s Jack Hale breaking the 100 yards report per week in the past.
Hale crossed the road in 9.43 seconds on the David Baxter 100 Yards Championship in Geelong.
He broke the report set by former Olympian Gary Eddy, who clocked a time of 9.52 in 1966.
“It’s nice to get that Australian report,” Hale advised The Mercury after the run.
“Operating the equal of a ten.2s 100m at the moment of yr, I’m pumped about that.
“I’m in the most effective form I’ve been in at this level of my profession.”