2019 NCAA Indoor Diary: Grant Holloway hurdles 7.35 for 60 meters! #3 ever!

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Holloway_GrantQ-USAout18.jpgGrant Holloway, photo by PhotoRun.net

Holloway US record 7.35 at 60 m hurdles
BIRMINGHAM (USA, Mar 9): Excellent second day of NCAA Division I Championships as four high quality World leads were registered. Grant Holloway achieved new US record 7.35 in the 60 m hurdles, also third best ever performer behind 7.30 Colin Jackson and 7.33 Dayron Robles. Also fast second Daniel Roberts 7.41 PB. Holloway also won the 60 m in 6.50 ahead of Barbados Mario Burke 6.55 PB and Japanese Hakim Sani Brown also 6.55. Another WL in the 400 m 44.82 by Tyrell Richard (also 5th best performer ever) with more life-time bests for Kahmari Montgomery 45.03 followed by Wil London 45.16 and Quincy Hall 45.25. In the other race South American indoor record 46.04 for Jhon Perlaza of Colombia 46.04 and Danish record for Benjamin Lobo Vedel 46.07. In women 200 m World lead for Kayla White 22.66 over Tamara Clark 22.92. White aas also second in the hurdles 7.92 where winner Chanel Brissett got 7.90 and third Payton Chadwick 7.97 (also winning her 200 m race in 22.99). Fourth WL by Kaelin Roberts 51.50 in the 400 m (also a PB). Nigerian Divine Oduduru won the 200 m in 20.49 and Twanisha Terry women 60 m in 7.14. From distances to note Bryce Hoppel 1:46.46 PB in the 800 m, second gold for Australian Morgan McDonald 7:52.85 in the 3000 m. Women 3000 m also for Australian runner, Jessica Hull 9:01.14. Shelby McEwen cleared 229 to win the high jump, Jordan Scott 16.89 in triple, in women competitions French Yanis David 14.03 in triple and Alexis Jacobus 461 in pole vault. Life-time beste for weight throw winners, Payton Otterdahl 24.11 and Sade Olatoye 24.46. Harrison Williams scored 6042 points PB to win the heptathlon. Relay winners Houston 3:05.04 and South Carolina 3:30.76. Florida men and Arkansas women won the team titles.
Holloway_GrantQ1-USAout18.jpgGrant Holloway, photo by PhotoRun.net

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