His 6.47 time broke the NCAA championship record, earning him a gold medal.
He has now set a world-leading time.
Ronnie Baker (6.47):
No. 1 in the nation,
No. 1 in the world,
NCAA meet record,
2016 NCAA Champion.
— TCU Track & Field (@TCUTrackField) March 12, 2016
TCU Director of Track and Field Darryl Anderson said it was an outstanding race.
“6.47 puts Ronnie on a whole other level,” Anderson said.
This achievement is Baker’s 10th All-American honor.
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