Jiji-Japan News AZUSA, Calif. — Japanese teen sprinter Hakim Sani Brown clocked a personal best of 10.18 seconds in finishing second overall in the men’s 100 meters at the Brian Clay Invitational meet on Friday in Azusa, Calif.
With a favorable 1.8 mps tailwind, Sani Brown cut .04 off his previous career best in his first individual race since May of last year. He also had the fastest time of the day in the 200 of 20.41.
Both his 100 and 200 times topped the qualifying standards for this summer's world championships in London.
From January, Sani Brown trained in South Africa and the Netherlands, and spent time at the end of March training with the Dutch team in Florida.