Sprinter becomes second Australian EVER to run 100 metres in under 10 seconds
Aussie sprinter Rohan Browning has made Australian athletics history with his track-tearing run at the Illawarra Track Challenge.
The Sydneysider running a mind-boggling 9.96, joining Patrick Johnson as the only two Aussies to ever break the 10-second barrier in any conditions.
However, it’s only the fourth-fastest time ever run – Johnson did it three times over his career.
While the run will enter the Australian record books, it won’t count towards Browning’s Olympic qualification bid, due to a 3.3 metres per second wind at his back.