Rohan Browning has joined Jake Doran in the semi-finals of the men’s 100m after taking out his heat with an impressive time of 10.10.
Browning finished ahead of Kenya’s Samwel Bitonyake Imeta, who ran a personal best time of 10.12.
“I’ve just been wondering where that’s been all year,” Browning told Seven.
“It’s been a season of ups and downs, the losses have piled up. The first six months of the year I found it pretty tough … I took a step backwards and hopefully now I’ve taken two steps forward.
“The last thing I want is a repeat of the Olympics, winning the heat and bombing out in the semis.”
Browning’s time is the equal fourth-fastest along with South African’s Akani Simbine, and is behind Cameron’s Emmanuel Eseme (10.08), Kenya’s Ferdinand Omanyala (10.07) and Sri Lanka’s Yupun Abeykoon (10.06).