Keni Harrison hurdles 7.72 WL, Grant Holloway, 7.42 WL, Micheal Norman, 45.00 at Tiger Pauw Invite

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Harrison 7.72, Holloway 7.42, Norman 45.00
CLEMSON (USA, Feb 9): The track here confirmed once again how fast it is. At Tiger Pauw Invitational World record holder Kendra Harrison clocked 7.72 life-time best in the 60 m hurdles. She equaled so the US Indoor record of Lolo Jones from World Indoors 2010. Only Susanna Kallur 7.68 and Ludmila Engquist 7.69 were ever faster. Two more clocked sub 8 behind her, Puertorico´s Jasmine Camacho-Quinn 7.95 national record and Anna Cockrell 7.96 PB. Very fast also Grant Holloway who with 7.42 achieved new US college record and superb World lead. He also beat World champion and Olympic winner Omar McLeod 7.52 (but 7.46 in heats at the time WL). Well beaten Aleec Harris 7.60 and Trinidad´s Ruebin Walters 7.61 PB. Also fast 400 m races here. Michael Norman 45.00 (7th best performer ever) ahead of Nathan Strother 45.56 PB and in second race Jamaican Akeem Bloomfield 45.02 national record ahead of Jeffrey Green 45.87 PB. Relay World champion Kendall Ellis won the women 400 m in 51.57 ahead of Jamaican Tovea Jenkins 52.12. Kendal Williams won the 60 m in 6.61 over Alexander Barnum also 6.61 PB. Dutch Denzel Comenentia improved in shot put to 20.44 beating Nigerian Josh Awotunde 20.38 PB. Kate Hall topped long jump 662.

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