What has former Hopkins standout Joseph Fahnbulleh not done at this point?!?! He has Minnesota state records, NCAA national titles, and an Olympics finals on his already impressive resume. Fahnbulleh added to that resume this week at the 2022 NCAA D1 Outdoor Track and Field Championships when he won the national titles in the 100m and 200m.
Fahnbulleh obliterated the field in the 200 meters, clocking a personal best and school record of 19.83 to all but secure the team title. His time was No. 4 all-time in NCAA history and gave him back-to-back NCAA Outdoor Championships across 200 meters.
He became the first runner in Florida history to win two individual running events at the same NCAA Outdoor Championships. Fahnbulleh's back-to-back titles in the 200 meters made him the ninth individual in men's program history to win back-to-back NCAA Outdoor Championships.
In the 100m, Fahhnbulleh finished with a time of 10.00 to finish 0.08 seconds ahead of Favour Ashe and Javonte Harding for his first NCAA 100m title.