STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. – Senior hurdler Trey Cunningham placed second with a time of 7.47 in the 60m hurdles at the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix in Staten Island, N.Y.
Cunningham’s time is only 0.01 second behind the FSU and ACC record he just set at the Texas Tech Open last weekend.
The field was full of talent including the current world record holder Grant Holloway who claimed gold with a new world lead and meet record of 7.37. Holloway has not lost the 60m hurdles indoors in eight years.
Cunningham finished ahead of Olympians Devon Allen in third (7.51) and Daniel Roberts (7.60).
The top four finishers are expected to be in contention to represent the United States at the upcoming World Athletics Championships.
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