AUSTIN, Texas — Waco-native and Baylor senior runner Wil London finished in third place in his final individual event in green and gold.

London ran a :44.63 in the men's 400-meter final at the NCAA Track & Field Championships in Austin on Friday, just four-tenths of a second behind first-place Kahmari Montgomery from Houston. London's time ranked seventh in the world in 2019.

2019 NCAA Men's 400-meter Finals:

  1. Kahamari Montgomery (Houston) - 44.23
  2. Trevor Steward (North Carolina A&T) - 44.25
  3. Wil London (Baylor) - 44.63
  4. Jonathan Jones (Texas) - 44.64
  5. Alejandro Zapata (Liberty) - 45.02
  6. Bryce Deadmon (Texas A&M) - 45.18
  7. Chantz Sawyers (Florida) - 45.24
  8. Obi Igbokwe (Houston) - DQ

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