The Olympic 400m champion becomes just the fourth woman to ever run sub-11 seconds for 100m, sub-22 for 200m and sub-49 for 400m

Shaunae Miller-Uibo stormed to a 100m PB of 10.98 at the ‘Back To The Track’ meeting in Clermont, Florida, on Friday to add another impressive sprint time to her CV.

The 26-year-old Olympic 400m champion is now just the fourth woman in history to run sub-11 seconds for 100m, sub-22 seconds for 200m and sub-49 seconds for 400m.

Miller-Uibo had earlier run a PB of 11.03 (+1.9 m/sec) in the heats before winning the final in that sub-11 time (+1.4m/s).

Her 200m best of 21.74 was run in Zürich last August, while her 400m PB of 48.37 was set when she secured silver at last year’s World Championships in Doha.

Also in Clermont, Trayvon Bromell continued his comeback in style as he clocked 9.90 (+1.4m/s) for his fastest 100m for four years.

The 2016 world indoor 60m champion has battled injury issues since that year but returned to action at the Showdown in Otown meeting in Montverde earlier this month, running 10.04 (+1.6m/s), before improving to his fourth-fastest ever time in Clermont.

Noah Lyles won the final, which Bromell chose not to contest, clocking a wind-assisted 9.93 (+2.3m/s) ahead of Andre De Grasse, who ran 9.97 in both his heat (+1.9 m/s) and final.

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