Ohio State's Eric Harrison put on quite the show at this week's IAAF World U20 Championships in Tampere, Finland as the rising sophomore sprinter came home with three medals – one gold, and two bronze.
Harrison's gold medal came as part of the 4x100 relay team when he led off the race for the first-place American team, which finished with a time of 38.88, topping second-place Jamaica's time of 38.96.
Harrison claimed two individual bronze medals as well in both the 100m and the 200m.
In the 100m, Harrison clocked a personal best time of 10.22, missing second place by a photo finish with fellow American Anthony Schwartz, an incoming freshman receiver for Auburn.
“The last metres were really tight and I'm never satisfied,” Harrison said in a release. “But I'm really excited as I ran a PB. It's been a great opportunity and experience for me, emotional and special."
Harrison is just a sophomore, and will have three more years of eligibility to compete for the Buckeyes. It looks like he could be a star in the making.