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VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS OF THE 2011 MILLROSE GAMES

VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS OF THE 2011 MILLROSE GAMES

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THE ONE-MILE RACE WALK:
The 2010 winner Rachel Seaman of Canada was victorious again in the Women’s USATF National Championship One-Mile Race Walk with a Millrose Games record time of 6:41.32. Seaman bettered the previous meet standard of 6:47.45 set by Rachel Lavallee of Canada in 2009.

WOMEN’S 60m HURDLES
Jamaican star Vonette Dixon posted the fastest time in the world this season with her victory in the women’s 100m hurdles in 8.00 seconds. Danielle Carruthers, who ended the 2010 season ranked #9 in the world, was the runner-up in 8.03 seconds, with Canadian star Perdita Felicien 8.05.

VISA FUTURE STARS

Brianna Brown: The Fastest Kid on the Block

The Fastest Kid On The Block
Brianna Brown left her competiotion in the dust and won the 60m race in 7.66 seconds.

VISA WOMEN’S 60m DASH
Two-time Olympic Games 200m champion Veronica Campbell-Brown was the class of the field in the Visa Women’s 60 meters, part of the USA vs. Jamaica Sprint Challenge.

Campbell-Brown turned on the afterburners with 20 meters remaining in the race and sailed through the finish first in 7.11 seconds. 2005 World Outdoor 100m champion Lauryn Williams returned to competition at Millrose and ran well in finishing as the runner-up in 7.22.
HOWARD SCHMERTZ WOMEN’S 400m
Natasha Hastings entered the race wanting to get to the front early and hold on for the win and that’s exactly what she did in capturing the Howard Schmertz Women’s 400 Meters in 53.60. Dee Dee Trotter finished second in 53.82 with Angee Henry third in 54.53 and Moushaumi Robinson fourth in 54.28.
PSAL GIRLS 4×400 RELAY
Medgar Evers was the class of the 4×400 relays.  The girls of Medgar Evers, NY, ranked US#2, turned back US#1 Benjamin Cardoza, NY.
3:53.80-3:54.58.
NY ROAD-RUNNERS – GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL MILE
After Glastonbury CT senior Lindsay Crevoiserat did most of the early work in the Girls Millrose Mile, with Neptune NJ junior Ajee Wilson nipping at her heels, North Shore NY junior Samantha Nadel took over in the closing laps and improved on her US#2 standing with a 4:50.58 victory over Crevoiserat’s 4:51.10.  Wilson was third at 4:52.45.
POLE VAULT

Fabiana Murer (Brazil)

2010 World Indoor champion Fabiana Murer of Brazil, who entered this season ranked #1 in the world by Track & Field News, lived up to her lofty status by winning the Fred Schmertz Women’s Pole Vault with a clearance of 4.74m/15-6.25, the highest clearance in the world this year.
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