In a devastating hurdling run, Jamaica’s Hansle Parchment proved his class when he stormed to victory in the 110m hurdles in Eugene, Oregon on Sunday.
The Jamaican track star showed his grit and determination to win the 2023 Diamond League trophy over world champion Grant Holloway.
Parchment, the Olympic champion, hurdled his way to a world-leading 12.93s, which is also a personal best for the 33-year-old Jamaican.
World champion Grant Holloway, the early leader, had to settle for second place clocking 13.06, 0.01 ahead of compatriot, Daniel Roberts, who clocked in at 13.07.
Parchment’s time also makes him the fastest Jamaican in the world this year, eclipsing the 12.94 set by Rasheed Broadbell at the National Stadium in Kingston in July.
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