Omar McLeod runs 13.04 WL at Drake Relays presented by Hy-Vee


2017 Drake Relays: Year of the selfie.

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THESE GUYS ARE FAST! (from Drake Relays presented by Hy-Vee News)

The Rio Rematch in the men's 110 hurdles produced three of the top four times in the world this year -- and a Drake Relays record to boot. Omar McLeod, the 2016 Olympic gold medalist and co-outstanding performer at Drake in 2015, won the race in a blazing 13.04 seconds. That's No. 1 in the world this year and tops the Relays record f 13.08 he set in winning last year's race. Andy Pozzi, a two-time Olympian from Great Britain, was second in 13.24, which is the second fastest in the world so far. Third-place finisher Aleec Harris ran 13.37, the No. 4 time worldwide.

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