It's all business when Kenny Selmon is competing, but track star plans to find a balance in Tokyo


Team USA track star is set to make his Olympics debut in the 400-meter hurdles. The former UNC standout recorded a personal best 48.08 seconds in last month's Trials. Ahead of chasing gold, the self-proclaimed Waffle House enthusiast spoke about the importance of family during preparation, pre-race rituals, and of course, his go-to order. (Yahoo! Sports)

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It's all business when Kenny Selmon is competing, but track star plans to find a balance in Tokyo


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