Click the links below or the tabs above to read two of the stories that I covered and reported on during the class.
Omar McLeod won his third consecutive 110-meter hurdle race at the Prefontaine Classic in 13.01 seconds. All eight of the confirmed entrants had PRs of 13.14 or better, making this the Pre Classic’s deepest hurdles ever. McLeod is now one step closer to beating the world record of 12.80, set by Aries Merritt.
Former Oregon Duck Marcus Chambers makes his first return to Hayward Field as a professional Nike athlete at the Oregon Twilight Meet. With his professional season underway, Chambers is dealing with the changes that come with transitioning from collegiate to professional.