Olympics 200m silver medallist, Fred Kerley ran the second fastest world leading time in 100m race at the USATF Outdoor Championships at Hayward Field in Oregon.
The 27 year-old sensational ran a sizzling world leading time of 7.77 seconds erasing the Africa’s fastest man Ferdinand Omanyala from Kenya’s time of 9.85 that he set by beating him at the Kip Keino Classic.
The 2019 World 4x100m relay gold medallist had produced a new world lead of 9.76 in the semi-finals – the sixth fastest time ever – before going on to capture the glory at Hayward Field in Eugene.
Marvin Bracy-Williams came home in second with a personal best of 9.85 with Trayvon Bromell closing the podium three finishes in 9.88.
The top three are set to join Coleman at the worlds. Coleman already has his ticket as the 2019 champion.