Bromell burst onto the scene as a 17-year-old, setting the 100m high school record, 9.99 seconds. He continued to dominate at Baylor University, winning the 2014 NCAA 100m title. He later tied with Andre De Grasse for the 100m bronze medal at the 2015 World Championships, behind Usain Bolt and Justin Gatlin. At the 2016 World Indoor Championships, he became the youngest man to ever win a 60m gold medal at the age of 20.
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Getting to know you facts:
Bromell became the first U.S. teenager to make a men’s 100m Worlds team.
He has broken both of his knees.
He majored in film and digital media at Baylor.