Haitian sprinter Bryand Rincher seemed to expect even more on debut for Florida State University (FSU), despite breaking the Haitian national 60m record at the Orange and Purple Elite meet on Friday.
Rincher, who was making his college debut, stopped the clock in a time of 6.60 seconds, which was good enough for second behind North Carolina States University’s Cravont Charleston who clocked 6.59 for first spot. Rincher’s teammate Kasaun James was given an identical time for third spot. The time puts the athlete’s third in the early season NCAA rankings. Continue reading