Joseph Anderson Runs All-Time Great Hurdle Double At CIF State Meet

Joseph Anderson, of  Upland (Ca.) High, won both the 110m hurdles and the 300mH at the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Track and Field Championships Saturday. 

The double was huge as he ran the 110mH in 13.33 seconds, tying the US No. 10 all-time performance by Wayne Davis of Raleigh (NC) Southeast High. His 110mH time is also a new CIF record beating Johnathan Cabral's  time of 13.36.

In the 300mH, Anderson ran the new US No. 3 time of 36.02.

Both of Anderson's times were major PRs. He now has three individual state titles to his name as he won the 110mH last year as well (13.59)

Anderson is the first athlete to accomplish the 110-300m hurdle sweep since former Agoura High School and Oregon Duck, Johnathan Cabral, did it in 2010.  It's fitting for the fact that Anderson will be heading to Oregon in the fall. 

Before that, he will look to run at the Brooks PR Invitational (which will be live on MileSplit) as well as the U20 Championships in Sacramento to try and make the USA Junior National Team. 

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