Tennessee’s Coleman runs NCAA record 9.82 in 100

June 8th, 2017

From The Knoxville News-Sentinel
https://usat.ly/2sVNDaZ

EUGENE, Ore. — Christian Coleman wanted to execute his plan in the 100-meter semifinal and run well enough to make the final.The University of Tennessee junior did that and more Wednesday at Hayward Field.Coleman recorded the ninth-fastest time ever, running a wind-legal 9.82 seconds at the NCAA Division I outdoor track and field championships.His time, a personal best by 0.14 seconds, is also the fourth-best in history by an American and a new collegiate record.“The sky’s the limit as fast as I can ever run. I just wanted to come out here and make it to the final, really. That was the plan,” said Coleman, who has focused the past few weeks on getting out of the blocks quickly.

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