DOHA (QAT): Kendra Harrison’s aim for the 2018 season is to improve her world 100m hurdles record of 12.20. “I didn’t get the start that I wanted, but definitely got the final I wanted. My aim for the season is to set another PB. I’m looking forward for tougher competition as well. I don’t doubt any of the other girls in the race, but I just need to look to do my best,” she said.
RunBlogRun opines: The WR holder in the 100 meter hurdles is now the World Indoor Champion. A huge accomplishment, Keni Harrison picked the toughest event on the track from which to excel. Her runs in Birmingham were better with each round. In Doha, Harrison and Rollins-McNeal gave the fans the closest race of the entire meeting. Harrison accelerated over the last three hurdles to win. That, dear readers, is presence of mind.