By Brandon Miles
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Theodore Roosevelt (DC) High School junior Fajr Kelly was no stranger to putting on impressive high school track and field shows in the District before Wednesday, but she may have went to another level on at the DCIAA Indoor Championships.
Kelly won four individual titles, capping off her day by winning the 300 meter dash in a personal best of 40.35 seconds -- a top 50 time nationally.
Without a seed time, Kelly was forced to win the 300 meter dash by running out of the slowest heat. But the end result was quite impressive -- considering just over a few hours prior she had already raced and won the 1,600m in 5:32, the 500m in 1:18.18, and the 800m in 2:32.04.
Kelly has already ran indoor personal bests this season for the 400m (56.95), 500m (1:15.51), 800m (2:15.71), and 1,600m (5:24).
She currently ranks in top 50 in the nation for the 500m (15th), 800m (21st), 400m (39th), and 300m (43rd).
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