Mia Brahe-Pedersen Clocks 11.00 For No. 3 All-Time In 100m

* Mia Brahe-Pedersen wins the 100m OSAA State Championship title in 11-flat 

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At the OSAA 6A State Championships, Mia Brahe-Pedersen made history.

On Friday, the Lake Oswego (OR) junior set two Oregon state records in the prelims with an 11.11 (+1.3) and 22.71 (+0.7). 

Her success didn't end there.

Brahe-Pedersen captured a special moment in her high school career by making history in the 100m finals in Hayward Field on day two of the competition. As she crossed the finish line with another state title, Brahe-Pedersen was overcome with emotion as she embraced Oregon City's Sophia Beckmon who finished second in 11.32.

The official results indicated that Brahe-Pedersen clocked the No. 3 all-time performance in high school history.


The tears and hugs said it all. The Oregon sensation clocked a wind-legal mark to rewrite not only the state record book but the national one as well.

There are only two girls in high school history who have run faster. Briana Williams ran the fastest time ever by a high school girl with a 10.94 (+0.6) in 2019. Candace Hill won the Brooks PR Invitational in 2015 with a 10.92 (+2.0).

Later in the day, Brahe-Pedersen won the 200m title in 22.65 (-0.1) to earn her sixth OSAA State Championship title and lower her meet record. 

1	Mia Brahe-Pedersen	11	Lake Oswego	11.00	1.5	1
2	Sophia Beckmon	12	Oregon City High School	11.32	1.5	1
3	Olivia Hicks	12	Mountainside	12.05	1.5	1
4	Trinity Montgomery	12	Jefferson	12.08	1.5	1
5	Love Uzoekwe		Westview	12.29	1.5	1
6	Emma Townsend	11	Glencoe	12.40	1.5	1
7	Victoria Forst	12	Tigard High School	12.41	1.5	1
8	Malaya LeSueur		Benson	12.48	1.5	1

* Mia Brahe-Pedersen clocked 22.65 to win the 200m title at the OSAA State Championships

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