Candace Hill wins the 200m at the Star Athletics Sprint Series
Watch as Murielle Ahoure of the Ivory Coast sets a new world leading time and African record of 10.78 in the 100m at the Star Athletics Sprint Series. Jamaican Olympian Veronica Campbell-Brown was second in a season best time of 10.83s.
Former Boone High School and FSU standout Marvin Bracy, who now runs professionally for Adidas, clocked one of the fastest 100m times in the world running 9.94 to win the Star Athletics Sprint Series meet in Montverde.
17 year old Candace Hill who made her professional debut last week at the American Track League meet in Atlanta, set a new PR and the 8th fastest 200m time in the world of 22.38 at Saturday's Star Athletic Sprint series meet in Montverde, Florida.
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