LONDON — Dickinson State alumni Derrick Atkins and Ramon Miller each finished second in their respective heats Saturday morning during the Summer Olympics at Olympic Stadium. Their finishes qualified the Bahamas sprinters for Sunday's semifinals.
The track and field events get under way Friday at the Summer Olympics and Bahamas media outlets have published numerous reports that show the country is looking to three former Dickinson State athletes to help earn medals for a country that had none through Thursday.
Dickinson State sprinter Ramon Miller capped a historic career in 2009 Dickinson State track and field coach Pete Stanton doesn’t think any other athlete he’s coached can say they’ve had a better collegiate career than Ramon Miller.
BERLIN — The Bahamas men's 1,600-meter relay was disqualified after finishing second in its heat race Saturday at the IAAF World Athletics Championships. Dickinson State student Ramon Miller ran the opening leg for the team.
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