Alex Anderson ran a season best in the semis, and entered the finals of the Visa Women’s 60m with the 4th fastest qualifying time. Defeating Carmelita Jeter, the #1 sprinter in the world as ranked byTrack & Field News, by one hundredth of a second, Anderson took the win in 7.12. Anderson earned her first U.S. title since winning the 100m at the 2006 U.S. Junior Championships. With the win, Anderson also moved up on the current world standings to hold the second best time in the world this year.
TRACK & FIELD VIDEO: VISA CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES | WOMEN’S 60m