"I realized a javelin was in my back, and right after that I started coughing up blood.” The javelin had pierced his left lung. “I’m thinking about movies—any movie I ever watched where a character is coughing up blood, they usually die."
He has already improved a ton from HS. In HS, he ran 21.25 and 46.60 and now he's run 20.85 and 45.44.
Columbia's Anthony Zambrano was second (44.15) and USA's Fred Kerley got the bronze (44.17).
Olympic champ Shaunae Miller-Uibo was runner-up in 48.37 while Jamaica's Shericka Jackson took bronze (49.47).
His HS coach says he didn't even break 60 seconds when he 1st ran the 400.
They ask if Boling is the second coming of Johnny “Lam” Jones who ran a 45.1 leg for 440y at the 1976 state meet.
Wimbley, who was the NCAA runner-up last year for Miami, is another pro thriving under Lance Brauman.