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    ¶2019 mNCAA 110H: Grant Holloway (Florida) 12.98 CR, WL
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    1. Grant Holloway Florida Jr
    2. Daniel Roberts Kentucky Jr
    3. Isaiah Moore South Carolina Sr
    4. Amere Lattin Houston Sr
    5. Damion Thomas’ LSU So
    6. Eric Edwards Oregon Fr
    7. Tai Brown Kentucky Fr
    8. Jaylan McConico Iowa Jr
    9. DaShaun Jackson St. Francis Sr
    10. Raleigh Adams Long Beach State Jr
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    Holloway/Roberts the race of the meet?
    I think GH 'learned his lesson' at the SECs, so I'm hoping for a 13.0-low over a 13.0-mid.
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    What lesson did he learn? Roberts was just better at SEC finals and Holloway did run well too.
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    the top 10 collegiate performances ever

    13.00 Renaldo Nehemiah (Maryland) 5/06/79
    13.07 Grant Holloway (Florida) 5/10/19
    13.07 Daniel Roberts (Kentucky) 5/11/19
    13.10 ————Holloway 5/25/19
    13.12 ————Holloway 5/11/19

    13.13 ————Roberts 5/25/19
    13.15 ————Holloway 5/13/18
    13.16 ————Nehemiah 4/14/79
    13.16 Devon Allen (Oregon) 6/14/14
    13.16 ————Holloway 4/13/18
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    Quote Originally Posted by Juicy News View Post
    What lesson did he learn? Roberts was just better at SEC finals and Holloway did run well too.
    It's never that simple. Holloway knew it'd be tight but that he 'should' win, so there was less 'urgency' and more focus on 'executing technique'. There's much to be said for that, but sometimes you have to hurdle with more 'abandon' to get the job done. We'll see.
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    Holloway is bigger and faster. Between the two I imagine he's more likely to do something special.
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    I'm looking forward to these 13 seconds more than any other race at the meet. Of course, I'm actually hoping it doesn't even last 13 seconds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BCBaroo View Post
    I'm looking forward to these 13 seconds more than any other race at the meet. Of course, I'm actually hoping it doesn't even last 13 seconds.
    Yes this is going to be one of the highlight races...I am rooting for Grant but Roberts cannot be counted out. If we are being honest Grant's race pattern has been relatively the same over the years and the few 110h races that were close or where he lost was because he started to give the race back in the last 2/3 hurdles. With him being so tall and having a big stride its surprising his 110 hurdles finishes have been his weakest point. There was even a workout video I believe of him a little while back where Coach Holloway was specifically working on his finish because he stated that Grant tended to get a little lazy those last few hurdles. It got exposed at USATF Nationals last year and this year at SECs, I am hoping in these last 4 weeks he has worked hard to minimize it.
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    8 Advance: Top 2 Each Heat Plus Next 2 Best Times

    Heat Lane Athlete Affiliation SB PB
    1 2 Kyle CLANCY SR UC Davis 13.87 13.87
    1 3 Marquis MORRIS SR USC 13.71 13.56
    1 4 Joseph DANIELS JR Princeton 13.75 13.75
    1 5 Jaylan MCCONICO JR Iowa 13.62 13.62
    1 6 Daniel ROBERTS JR Kentucky 13.07 13.07
    1 7 Dashaun JACKSON SR Saint Francis 13.53 13.53
    1 8 Michael DICKSON SR N. Carolina A&T 13.58 13.54
    1 9 Michael NICHOLLS SR Georgia 13.61 13.61

    Heat Lane Athlete Affiliation SB PB
    2 2 Bashiru ABDULLAHI FR Cal St. Northridge 13.80 13.80
    2 3 Nick JOHNSON JR Washington St. 13.77 13.77
    2 4 Joseph ANDERSON SO Oregon 13.80 13.80
    2 5 Cordell TINCH FR Kansas 13.63 13.63
    2 6 Grant HOLLOWAY JR Florida 13.07 13.07
    2 7 Caleb PARKER JR Southern Miss 13.52 13.52
    2 8 Tai BROWN FR Kentucky 13.57 13.57
    2 9 Arthur PRICE SR LSU 13.59 13.59

    Heat Lane Athlete Affiliation SB PB
    3 2 Misana VILTZ SR California 13.78 13.78
    3 3 Damion THOMAS SO LSU 13.57 13.44
    3 4 Raleigh ADAMS JR Long Beach St. 13.59 13.59
    3 5 Amere LATTIN SR Houston 13.56 13.56
    3 6 Isaiah MOORE SR South Carolina 13.25 13.39
    3 7 Eric EDWARDS JR. FR Oregon 13.59 13.59
    3 8 Luke SIEDHOFF JR Nebraska 13.73 13.72
    3 9 Robert DUNNING JR Alabama 13.64 13.64
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    Is the meet record doomed?

    13.16. Devon Allen (Oregon) 16

    how about the wind-aided best?

    12.91w Renaldo Nehemiah (Maryland) 79


    edited to fix the actual MR (that was)
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