Oduduru ran a Personal Best (PB) in the men’s 100m with a time of 9.94s and 45 minutes later returned to the track to power to 19.76s finish in the 200m. 

With the 9.94s in 100m, the Delta State-born Nigerian athlete is the fastest running this year and also became the first in his school Texas Tech ever run a sub-10 100m. 

The 19.76s he ran in the 200m was also the second-fastest time by a collegiate athlete. 

"It was the most impressive thing I've seen as a coach," Wes Kittley, head coach of Texas Tech’s Track & Field teams told the school's official website. 

Just 122 sprinters in history have managed to break the 10-second barrier in the 100m while only 72 runners have gone sub-20 in the 200m. 

"I worked for this, my coaches have always been telling me that I have to get into the moment where I can feel everything,” the 22-year-old athlete told Texas Tech’s official website. 

I want to say thank you to Coach [Calvin] Robinson for getting me to this point in my life and my career. We have a great team, and I want to say thank you to everyone for their love and support."

"It's something we do in practice. We run, time the rest, then come back and run another race," Oduduru added. 

Oduduru got admitted to Texas Tech in 2016 and after an injury-plagued first year at the school, he has been growing from strength to strength to become their best runner.