Jasmine Quinn, a senior at Fort Dorchester High School in South Carolina, ran the nation's fastest time in the 100 meter hurdles with a 13.33 FAT clocking (no wind reading) at the Father Kelly Classic on Saturday.
Weekend recap from April 5.
Full weekend of meets ahead and Cooper River Bridge Run.
Fort Dorchester's Jasmine Quinn has signed with University of Kentucky, the college told scrunners today.
When the big bang for running in the United States took place in the mid-1970s, the icons of the sport were "Complete Book of Running" author Jim Fixx, physician and author George Sheehan, Olympic gold medalist Frank Shorter and four-time Boston and New York City marathon winner Bill Rodgers. (via www.charlestonscene.com)
Since the running boom of the 1970s, Marc Embler has established himself as one of the most accomplished and enduring runners in the Palmetto State. (via The Post and Courier)
Part of our Father Kelly Classic coverage (via MileSplit)
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