Men's 200m, Final 1 - Christian Coleman Just Misses NCAA Record!

Men's 200m, Final 1 - Christian Coleman Just Misses NCAA Record!

Tennessee junior Christian Coleman won the 200m in a new facility record of 20.11; the time ranks No. 2 all-time in the NCAA just milliseconds behind Wallace Spearmon's 2005 standard of 20.10. That time ranks No. 3 all-time in the world.

Earlier in the day, Coleman won the 60m in 6.45, a new facility record that ties for the NCAA record. Leonard Myles-Mills of BYU was the first collegiate man to run 6.45, back in 1999. That mark ties for No. 4 all-time in the world.

Coleman is the first athlete to sweep the 60m and 200m since the Vols' Justin Gatlin in 2002. 

The 2017 DI NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships

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