Kendra Harrison Breaks 100m Hurdles World Record
The 100 meter hurdles world record of 12.21 seconds stood for 28 years until Kendra Harrison demolished it in London. Watch her reaction as she realizes she broke the world record. #priceless
Harrison will not be competing in Rio due to the qualification procedures. She is exceptionally fast with speed out this world as you can see in the video of the race below. The previous 100m hurdles record had been owned by Bulgaria’s Yordanka Donkova, who set it in 1988. Kendra Harrison was born in Tennesse in 1992. She was adopted into a large family with ten other children, eight of them also adopted. Harrison graduated from the University of Kentucky after transferring from Clemson University. Congrats Kendra keep aspiring and achieving #blackgirlmagic.
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