Sydney McLaughlin, 53.60 WJR over 400 meter hurdles season opener

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McLaughlin_SydneyWJR-USOut17.jpgSydney McLaughlin, 2017 USATF Outdoor 400 meter hurdles, photo by PhotoRun.net
Sydney McLaughlin 53.60 WJR
FAYETTEVILLE (USA, Apr 27): From 1st day of National Relay Championships a World U20 record is reported. Talented and versatile sprinter Sydney McLaughlin debuted in her specialty in the season so fast than never. Her 53.60 PB is not only World lead but also improvement of her former global junior mark 53.82 from last year US Championships in Sacramento. Also interesting to note the top shape of female sprinter Shania Collins. She clocked 11.10 (+1.1) in the 100 m and 22.57 (+1.6) in the 200 m, both personal bests. Ka´Tya Seymour won the other heat in 11.24 (+1.6) ahead of indoor surprise Javianne Oliver 11.29. In the 200 m second Puertorican hurdler Jasmine Camacho-Quinn 22.69 new personal best (she also won the hurdles in windy 12.53 +2.6). In men 100 m Kenzo Cotton 10.19 (+1.7) and Japanese Hakim Sani-Brown 20.64 (+1.4) in the 200 m. Nathan Strother won the 400 m in 45.01 and Daniel Roberts 110 m hurdles 13.53 (+1.4) with Jamaican Kemar Mowatt 49.80 at 400 m hurdles. 2016 World Indoor champion Marquis Dendy achieved 796 (+3.0) in long jump. Sharika Barnett won the 400 m in 51.50.

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