Representing Atlanta and Team USA, Kenny Selmon makes Olympic debut in Tokyo


For 48 seconds, 's sole focus is to be faster than everyone else. With speed as his whole purpose, the track athlete finds himself trying to slow down -- to soak it all in as he makes his Olympic debut in Tokyo. "It's sinking in," Selmon said. The 24-year-old UNC-Chapel Hill graduate said his whole life revolved around his Olympic dreams. (11 Alive)

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Representing Atlanta and Team USA, Kenny Selmon makes Olympic debut in Tokyo


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