Twitter Reacts to Keni Harrison Breaking the World Record

Adidas track athlete Keni Harrison broke the world record in the women's 100 meter hurdles this past weekend at the London Anniversary Games, and social media took notice. Let's take a look at some of the best tweets about Harrison setting the world record:

Fellow adidas athlete congratulated Keni on the achievement:

Michael Johnson, the world and Olympic record-holder in the men's 400m, congratulated Keni, as well:

Keni's alma mater, the University of Kentucky, congratulated the 2015 graduate:

Fellow adidas athlete Morgan Uceny was pleased to see the record getting national television for days:

Decorated U.S. sprinter Allyson Felix also congratulated Keni:

Keni took to Twitter the following day to share her emotions (and viral GIF of her reaction to breaking the world record)