The Russell Blunt East Coast Invitational is streaming LIVE this weekend on MileSplit!
But first, let's flash back to 2014, when All-Americans Isaiah Moore and Marcus Krah faced off in a fierce 110m hurdles battle. At the time, Moore--then a recent high school graduate and now a rising junior at South Carolina--was the New Balance Nationals outdoor runner-up while Krah--then a rising junior and now a recent high school graduate headed to North Carolina--was the USATF Youth Championships runner-up.
Two years later, Krah is the USATF Junior Nationals champion and world U20 leader with his 13.25 (+1.6) PB--a time that makes him a favorite for gold at the IAAF World U20 Championships next week. Take a look at the video below to see one of his first high-profile races!
|BOYS 110 METER HURDLES 17-18 FINALS|
|1||Isaiah Moore||Durham Striders||13.95||-2.0||1|
|2||Marcus Krah||11||Durham Striders||14.34||-2.0||1|
|3||Emmanuel Jackson||12||Hurdles 1st Track Club||14.42||-2.0||1|
|4||Rashaun Hamilton||Western Branch High School||14.83||-2.0||1|
|5||Louis Rivers||12||Central Virginia Track & Field||15.53||-2.0||1|
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