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Grant Holloway rolls to personal best, world-lead time in 100m hurdles

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Grant Holloway Wins U.S. Olympic Trials 110-Meter Hurdles with Personal Best Time

Grant Holloway, the silver medalist in the 110-meter hurdles at the Tokyo Olympics, secured his place as a gold-medal contender for the Paris Olympics with an impressive performance at the U.S. Olympic trials. Holloway ran a personal best and world-leading time of 12.86 seconds to win the event. His victory was supported by Freddie Crittenden, who finished in 12.93 seconds, and Daniel Roberts, who ran 12.96 seconds. The trio’s sub-13-second times in the 110-meter hurdles final marked a historic moment. Holloway has emerged as a dominant force in the event, winning the last two world championships, and is now eyeing Olympic gold.