ICYMI: Madison Whyte Clocks US No. 3 All-Time 23.22 For 200m

* Madison Whyte competes at The VA Showcase in January.

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Madison Whyte just continues to impress this indoor season.

In Virginia Beach on Saturday at the Elite Scholastics Meet, Whyte had yet another all-time indoor performance. In the 200m, Whyte sprinted to a 23.22 time for a dominant win by nearly two seconds and puts her in a tie for the third-fastest performance in U.S. high school history.

The senior out of Heritage Newport News (VA) ranks only behind Olympic gold medalists Bianca Knight and Allyson Felix on the 200m all-time list, who high school bests of 22.97 and 23.14.

23.22 also ties Whyte with two more all-timers on the event rankings -- Olympic great Sanya Richards-Ross and former Texas A&M talent Ashton Purvis.

It's the fastest performance seen in the girls indoor 200m in nearly 13 years when Purvis also clocked 23.22 at the National Scholastic Indoor Championships in 2010.

So far this season, Whyte has posted numerous all-time efforts, including a 37.09 300m race at The VA Showcase for the fourth-best time in event history. The USC signee also has three additional PRs to her name in 2023 that all rank among the top 10 performances in the nation -- 6.93 for 55m, 7.46 in the 60m, 1:13.75 for the 500m.

She's even registered personal bests in the 55mH and high jump, clocking 8.56 in the hurdles and clearing 5-2 in the high jump in mid-January.

Whyte entered the indoor season as the defending adidas Track Nationals champion at the 200m distance and is a multi-time Virginia Class 4 state champion at everything from the 55m up to the 300m.

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