World University Games Champion Jesús Tonatui Lopez Breaks A Mexico National Record With A World Leading Run

The world University Games Champion, Mexican Jesús Tonatui Lopez has finally climbed to be the man to beat in 800m. The Mexican 800m record holder has broken his national record again by a spectacular 1:44.40s finishing performance on Saturday (1) at Trial of Miles Kansas City. Now the world leader in the event with that time. Michael Rhoads of US Air Force came second in 1:45.22s.

In the 100m hurdle, Christina Clemons did well in 12.64s (3.6) win over Ebony Morrison 12.84s; but Dawn Harper-Nelson was third in 12.90s.

In male 110m hurdle, Michael Dickson won in 13.38s (3.1) and Jarrett Eaton second in 13.51s.

By discernsportblog

Former sprinter, Taewondo and Badminton Player. Sport Physiotherapist

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