American Christian Coleman will run only the 100 metres at the world championships in London next month, his management company said on Friday.
Coleman had qualified for the 100 and 200 with runner-up finishes at last month’s U.S. championships. The 21-year-old, who set the fastest time of the year in the 100 by running 9.82 seconds in June, and his coach decided to concentrate on the shorter race after a lengthy collegiate season.
With 48 races indoors and out, Coleman had run more often this year than Usain Bolt, Justin Gatlin and Andre De Grasse combined, HSI Sports Management’s Emanuel Hudson told Reuters. EUROSPORT
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