Malik Mixon wasn't playing around on Saturday at the Wingfoot Night of Champions.
The Atlanta Westlake (GA) senior and University of Southern California signee dropped a top 20 performance all-time in the 300mH, hitting 35.84 on the clock to claim two wins at the annual coming-together of Georgia's top state-caliber athletes.
Mixon wasn't even alone, either.
He was one of two to go under that mark, with Southwest Dekalb's (GA) Isaiah Taylor also going 35.91 to claim a top 20 performance all-time as well.
Mixon, however, found a way and claimed the win at the line. It was his first at 35 seconds and just his second under 37 seconds on the season.
Earlier, he also won the 110mH in a time of 13.71 seconds.
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