Omega Psi Phi Track Star Bryce Deadmon Just Won A Bronze at The Olympics

Omega Psi Phi’s very own Bryce Deadmon just won a bronze medal in the mixed 4×400-meter relay at the 2020 Olympics.

Deadmon is graduate of Texas A&M University and an initiate of the Nu Delta Delta Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. at the school.


A proud member of the fraternity, his bio on the Team USA website even highlights his membership in the fraternity.

Before landing a spot on the 2020 Olympic team, Deadmon was the runner up for the 2021 SEC Outdoor championship for the 400 m running 44.50 behind Noah Williams. He was also the 2021 NCAA 400 m runner-up, running 44.44 to finish behind Randolph Ross.

The 9th District of Omega Psi Phi took to their Instagram account to celebrate their brother’s achievement.

Texas A&M’s Track & Field team also took to the internet to celebrate Deadmon.

We at Watch The Yard would like to congratulate Deadmon on his huge win.

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