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November 22, 2017

Rain No Match For McLeod


RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – Four-time NCAA national champion Omar McLeod cruised into the 110-meter hurdle semifinals in front of a rain-saturated crowd as the heat one winner in 13.27 seconds in his Olympic debut. Ignoring the less than ideal conditions, McLeod focused on the mission at hand, obtaining an automatic next-round qualification .23 seconds […]RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – Four-time NCAA national champion Omar McLeod cruised into the 110-meter hurdle semifinals in front of a rain-saturated crowd as the heat one winner in 13.27 seconds in his Olympic debut. Ignoring the less than ideal conditions, McLeod focused on the mission at hand, obtaining an automatic next-round qualification .23 seconds […]
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