DOHA (QAT): WomenÂ´s 100 m hurdles could be one of the highlights on Friday as currently top two fastest on the planet will compete together for first time since London DL 2016. Keni Harrison the World record holder since that race with 12.20 will run against Olympic winner Brianna Rollins-McNeal. The Rio gold medalist achieved this year already 12.43 (current World lead) at MtSAC Relays, Harrison posted windy 12.40 and 12.37. The meet record 12.35 by Jasmin Stowers from 2015 will be in danger. In direct clashes their head-to-head is 5:5 per tilastopaja source.
RunBlogRun opines: Keni Harrison is ready to roll, as is Brianna Rollins-McNeal! Watch for a 12.30 to 12.32! The weather will be warm, and both athletes are ready to roll!
#TrackGirlsRock when you make 12.43 look easy ðŸ˜ðŸ’ªðŸ¾ðŸ˜ðŸ¤·ðŸ¾â€â™€ï¸ Go Bri! #Repost @jeffcohenphoto ãƒ»ãƒ»ãƒ» Brianna Rollins McNeal , 12.43sec 100m hurdles yesterday at @themtsacrelays . . . . Trackandfieldimage.com . . . . #jeffcohenphoto #briannarollins #briannarollinsmcneal #mtsacrelays #100mhurdles #usatf #hurdles #trackandfield #athletics #nikerunning #trackgirls @brirollin @usatf @themtsacrelays @nike