The sound of bell ringing the breaking of record reverberate ubiquitously all over the Boston’s Reggie for the Saturday (13) New Balance Indoor Grand Prix.
What a night of athletics prowess at it’s best. Mercurial Shaunae Miller-Uibo came out like wounded lion to shattered Bahamas 400m indoor record in world leading time of 50.21s. Before two American national record gone as Bryce Hoppel broke 1000m record, also in world leading time of 2:16.27s. Blazing Donovan Blazier was in devastating form to follow suit by recording 800m national record and world leading time of 1:44.21s.
Earlier, Keri Harrison was a winner in 60h in world leading time of 7.82s.
Trey Curver was super in high jump 2.33m world lead. In the 2 mile, Canadian Justyn Knight 8:23.93s and Elle Purrier 9:10.38s was also both world leading time.