• Grant Holloway drops World Lead of 7.49 in 60m hurdles at Clemson Invitational
» Saturday, 20 January 2018
Article source: Watch Athletics
University of Florida sophomore Grant Holloway clocked a new World leading time over the 60m hurdles at the 2018 Clemson Indoor Invitational on Friday night.
The 2-time NCAA champion Holloway posted a blistering 7.49 seconds in the 60m hurdles final bettering World and Olympic champion Omar McLeod's World lead by 0.04 seconds. Holloway's 7.49 second performance also tied the third-fastest 60-meter hurdles time in collegiate history. Omar McLeod is the collegiate record holder at 7.45.
Last year as a Freshman Holloway became first man in NCAA Division I history to log top-2 finishes in both 110 hurdles and long jump at NCAA Outdoor Championships and to sweep indoor 60 hurdles and outdoor 110 hurdles NCAA titles.
Men 60m Hurdles Results Clemson Inv. | Full Meet Results Here
1. Grant Holloway SO - Florida 7.49
2. Jarret eaton SR - World Express 7.61
3. Michael Nicholls JR - Georgia 7.83
4. Yanick Hart SR - Unattached 7.86
5. Dondre Echols - Uglow 7.87
6. Justin Veteto SR - Purdue 7.96
7. Cory Poole FR - Florida 7.97
8. Keishaun Limehouse SO - Virginia Tech 8.05
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