World-record holder Keni Harrison won her first U.S. outdoor track and field championship on Saturday, while Nia Ali—the silver medalist at last summer’s Rio Olympic Games—finished second and Christina Manning finished third.
Harrison, who finished in 12.60 seconds on Saturday, had already earned a wild-card berth into the world championships, which take place in August in London, so fourth-place finisher and 2008 Olympic gold medalist Dawn Harper-Nelson also made the hurdles squad.
Ali finished 0.08 seconds behind Harrison. EXCELLE SPORTS
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