Oregon wide receiver and track and field athlete Devon Allen is heading to Rio De Janeiro, Brazil for the Olympic games.

After finishing in first place Saturday in the 110-meter hurdles in Eugene, Oregon, Allen punched his ticket.

Allen ran a time of 13.03 seconds, besting second place by 0.18 seconds.

It was Allen's second first-place finish in as many days.

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Allen, 6-foot-0, 185 pounds, has played wideout and returner for the Ducks over the past two years.

He caught 41 balls in his first year with the team, finishing with 684 receiving yards and seven touchdowns in 2014. Allen had 705 total yards from scrimmage that season. 

Allen in 2015 played in just six games after tearing his ACL in the Rose Bowl the year prior. He finished the year with nine receptions for 94 yards. 

As a track star for Oregon, Allen became the 2014 NCAA champion and USA Outdoor Track and Field champion in the 110 meter hurdles. 

He arrived at the university as a four-star football recruit, according to Yahoo! Rivals