7 Events You Must Pay Attention To At The Last Chance Invite

IndexNo. 7: Jasmine Jones' LJ l No. 6: The Boys/Girls 800m l No. 5: John Watkins' Triple Jump l No. 4: A Fast Girls/Boys 3,200m l No. 3: Nathan Cooper's Shot Put l No. 2: Jasmine Jones In the 60mH l No 1: The Wild Girls 60m

* Buford's Kimberly Harris finished third in the girls 60m at The VA Showcase 

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1. The Girls 60 Meter Dash

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Athletes to Watch: Kimberly Harris (Buford, GA), Olivia Womack (Clinton, MS), Nia Wilson (ATL Zoom)

Breakdown: Jones might have the best chance for an all-timer, but she might have to do it on her own. 

Meanwhile, in the first section of the girls 60m, we should see the best race of this invitational. 

Harris, the future teammate of Jones at Southern California, will line up against Womack, a future SEC sprinter for Mississippi, in a heavily anticipated matchup.

Womack went 7.55 seconds for 60m in back-to-back meets in December, while Harris, the returning New Balance Nationals Indoor Emerging Elite champion at 60m, opened up her season at The VA Showcase a few weeks back at 55m and went 7.02 seconds. 

Womack is ranked US No. 11 at 60m. Harris is US No. 6 at 55m.

And then there's Nia Wilson, who's gone 7.63, good for US No. 37. 

Speed performs best when tested, and all three of these ladies will be in for a fight. This will be an electric race.