Canadian sprint hurdlers moved to the top of the Canadian lists this past week. Phylicia George found the right wind to dip under the 13.00 barrier in the 100m hurdles with her 12.96(0.1) under the Olympic standard of 13.00.
Chanice Chase got a great 56.17 in the 400m hurdles in the same meet in Austin, TX for a personal best edging under the Olympic standard of 56.20.
Angela Whyte was frustrated by her 12.81 negated by a 2.9m/sec following wind in the 100m hurdles in Norwalk, CA but regained a legal mark of 13.16 (1.5) in Azusa, CA.
Heptathlete, Brianne Theisen-Eaton clocked 13.15(2.0) in Norwalk, CA.