Dallas native Michael Johnson currently holds the world record in the 200 meters (19.32) and the 400 meters (43.18). On August 26, 1999 he broke won of track and field's longest standing records when he set the new 400m record at the World Championships in Seville, Spain. The old record of 43.29 was set by Butch Reynolds in 1988. Johnson became the first person in history to win gold medals in the 200m and the 400m at the same Olympics. Johnson accomplished the unprecedented double at the 1996 Games in Atlanta. At those same Olympic games, Johnson broke his own world record in the 200m with a time of 19.32. Johnson ran track at Baylor under legendary track coach Clyde Hart from 1987-1990 where he was the NCAA indoor (1989,1990) and outdoor (1990) champion in the 200 meters. Johnson also holds the record for most World Championship gold medals by an athlete-nine. Johnson was inducted into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame in 1997.