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DOHA, Qatar – Tyquendo Tracey expressed disappointment with his first-round performance on Friday’s opening day of the 17th IAAF World Athletics Championships Doha 2019.
“I am in really good shape, so this is a shocker for me to come out and run like this,” he said.
Tracey, who ran 10.21 for fourth in his heat, squeezed into the semi-finals.
“To be honest, it’s not a good performance, I finished fourth,” he said.
“I was really nervous because it’s my first Major Championships,” he explained.
American Christian Coleman leads the way with 9.98 (+0.1 m/s).
Akani Simbine (10.01); defending champion Justin Gatlin (10.01), Yohan Blake (10.06) and Great Britain’s Zharnel Hughes (10.08) are the fastest qualifiers.
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5 thoughts on “Tyquendo Tracey Says He’s Better Than 10.21 #Doha2019”
Gordon Shereen, Tracey did have 3 Doha qualifiers, Seville had none so I doubt it.
Blah Blah Blah wi should a send Oblique him would a do better #bye
Better run 10 secs flat to make it to finals lol
Well show it
We know just try your best