• Aleia Hobbs Storms 10.93 at SEC Championships
Aleia Hobbs (USA) of Luisiana State University highlighted women's 100m semi finals on day two at SEC track and field outdoor championships on Saturday in Knoxville, Tennessee.
The 22-year-old NCAA indoor champion over 60m stromed to her season's best and top NCAA mark in 2018 of 10.93 (wind +0.4) to lead the women's 100m semi finals.
Women's 100m final is scheduled for Sundaym May 13 at 7:20pm local time. Hobbs perosnal best time is 10.85 seconds she set last year in Baton Rouge.
Auburn's Nathon Allen clocked an impressive 44.61 seconds to lead men's 400m preliminary round. Total of 5 men wen sub 46 secods in the men's 400m preliminary round.
Sharrika Barnett from Florida posted the fastet time of 51.94 in the women's 400m qualifying round.
Grant Holloway a 110m hurdles star from Florida won the men's long jump with huge leap of 8.32m (w +2.5) in round 5. Will Williams of Texas A&M took second with 8.25m as Kentucky's Tim Duckworth claimed bronze with 8.19m. Three and a half hours later Holloway qualfied for the men's 110m hurdles final with 13.32sec.
22-year-old Keturak Oji of Georgia won the women's long jump contest with a massive personal best and World #4 leap of 6.81m (W 0.8).
In the men's 100m semis, Kendal Williams of Georgia was the fastest man with 10.08 seconds.
See full SEC outdoor championships results here.