American footballer Tyreek Hill is thinking about trying to make the Olympic Games in track and field. 

Hill, who was fourth in the 200m at the 2012 World Junior Championships, plans to take on the sport after his football season.

“Hopefully after this [football] season, if I’m healthy and my mind is still in the right place, I really want to try to qualify for some Olympic teams,” Hill was quoted by profootballtalk.nbcsports.com

The 25-year-old Kansas City chiefs receiver, who has not competed since the 2014 indoor season, has bests of 10.19 and 20.12 for 100m and 200m, set as a junior.

The Games of the XXXII Olympiad Tokyo 2020 is set for July 24 to August 9.


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