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  • What happened with Trayvon Bromell and Michael Norman jr?

    Why Trayvon Bromell disappears from tv screens i didn t hear about him this year and what about Michael Norman?

  • #2
    Michael Norman had an amazing year as far as I remember...

    Bromell Has been injured all year, tried to make the US worlds team, but didn't get out of the Heats at USA's.

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    • #3
      Yeah hopefully Bromell will be back stronger than ever next year. Would love to see a 4x100 team of him Coleman, Noah Lyles, Ronnie Baker and a few of the other young sprinters we have coming up. Norman also had a very good year running the 200/400 for USC.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Long Jumper View Post
        what about Michael Norman?
        What about Michael Norman? He had an excellent year, winning his conference championship as a freshman, making the final in both the NCAA and USATF Nationals, and lowering his PR to 44.60. So what's your concern?

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        • #5
          I wonder what happened to former 200 World Junior Champion Trentavis Friday.

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          • #6
            Bromell had achilles surgery during last off season and was still said to be rehabbing about 6 weeks prior to USATF. Let's hope he gets back to full strength.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by tandfman View Post
              What about Michael Norman? He had an excellent year, winning his conference championship as a freshman, making the final in both the NCAA and USATF Nationals, and lowering his PR to 44.60. So what's your concern?
              Overall he PRed 4 times and produced 8 of his 10 fastest marks ever.

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              • #8
                Oh, I didn t know that Normal progressed so well, hard work pays off

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                • #9
                  19 year old breaks 45 seconds in the 400m and folks are wondering what went wrong.....im reminded of Rodney Dangerfield, "tough crowd".

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                  • #10
                    Norman had a season that was impressive but easy to miss because he sat out 6 weeks of the spring recovering from an indoor injury.
                    Still bounced back to win the PAC-12 400m, then ran 44.88 for 4th at NCAA finals and 44.60 in USATF semis.
                    He looked a little gassed finishing 7th in the USATF finals despite running 44.80.
                    Tough to be disappointed over a freshman season record like that.
                    Here is a local newspaper article summary:http://www.pe.com/2017/06/24/michael...championships/

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                    • #11
                      Yep, and apparently you can't get tired over a season without people thinking you're a failure, or in the witness protection program.

                      I think time management is going to play a part in his future plan to go pro. I can see athletes doing one or two seasons at best in the NCAAs. Indoor, then outdoor, then Europe and international events is hard yakka
                      Last edited by mal; 08-26-2017, 08:55 PM.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by beebee View Post
                        I wonder what happened to former 200 World Junior Champion Trentavis Friday.
                        That's what Ive been wondering since he left Florida State....

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by jc203 View Post
                          Norman had a season that was impressive but easy to miss because he sat out 6 weeks of the spring recovering from an indoor injury.
                          Still bounced back to win the PAC-12 400m, then ran 44.88 for 4th at NCAA finals and 44.60 in USATF semis.
                          He looked a little gassed finishing 7th in the USATF finals despite running 44.80.
                          Tough to be disappointed over a freshman season record like that.
                          Here is a local newspaper article summary:http://www.pe.com/2017/06/24/michael...championships/
                          Was thrilled to see his progression at season's end and talk with him about it. He's such a great and humble kid, personally, as well.

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