Aaron Brown runs 10.25 and wins Trojan Invitational

Aaron Brown of Toronto made a massive improvement in the 100m sprint today as he won the Trojan Invitational in 10.25 seconds in Los Angeles representing University of Southern California.  In his sophomore season, he has improved his personal best of  10.38 by 0.13 seconds.  Aaron defeated a strong field with Prezel Harvey Jr. of Texas A&M taking the runner up spot in 10.35 seconds.

Aaron a Brirchmont Park graduate, showed great promise in 2009 and 2010 when he took the bronze medal at the World Youth and Junior Championships and last summer he took the bronze at the Pan American Games Junior Championships. He will turn 20 years old on May 27 this spring.

His time of 10.25 with a legal wind of 1.0m/sec would rank him #5 in Canada from 2011 marks.  He definitely is a threat to make the Canadian 4x100m if that team was selected to the 2012 Olympic Games in London.