Moment No. 4: Terrence Trammell Sets Hurdle Standard
As a high school junior, Trammell ran his prep best of 13.34 in the 110m hurdles--a mark that was, at the time, the No. 3 time in prep history, and today, still stands as No. 5 all-time.
As a senior in 1997, he left his mark on the Flo Golden South Invitational by running 13.42, which set the still-standing meet record.
There is a chance that Trammell's record will not last to see age 20. Entered in this year's field is defending Brooks PR hurdles champion Damion Thomas of Northeast, Florida, who owns a wind-aided U.S. No. 1 time of 13.32 (+3.7) and wind-legal U.S. No. 2 time of 13.42 (-0.2).