Star Lineup Announced For Women's OD 600m At Penn Relays

Three of the World's top track and field stars headline the Olympic Development Women's 600m this year at the Penn Relays, the event announced on Friday

American middle-distance star Ajee Wilson and Jamaican national-record holder Natoya Goule, two Olympians who competed at the distance last year, return in 2023 alongside On Athletic Club's Sage Hurta-Klecker. 

Hurta-Klecker, a graduate of the University of Colorado who won the 800m at the Penn Relays a year ago and also claimed two NCAA titles, will add electricity to the field. 

Goule, a two-time Olympian, is the top returner, having finished second in the race last year to American Athing Mu. She ran a personal best time of 1:24.09 at Franklin Field. 

Hurta-Klecker won the 800m a year ago in 1:59.76 and currently ranks seventh in the world with a time of 1:57.85.

The Olympic Development Women's 600m is scheduled for Saturday, April 29. 

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