Another title wish Grant-ed as Chesapeake’s Holloway wins NCAA hurdles crown

Posted at 12:46 AM, Jun 09, 2018
and last updated 2018-06-09 00:51:02-04

Florida’s Grant Holloway (Courtesy: ESPN)

EUGENE, Ore. – One hundredth of a second less than his closest competitor gave Grant Holloway one more.

Holloway, the Grassfield High School product, defended his NCAA 110-meter hurdles national title by one hundredth of a second Friday night at Heyward Field in Eugene, Oregon. The University of Florida sophomore also owns back-to-back indoor 60-meter hurdles national titles.

Florida sprinter Grant Holloway wins 110m hurdles at NCAA championships (Courtesy: ESPN)

Per, Holloway joins South Carolina’s Terrence Trammell (1999-2000) as the only other man in Division I history to repeat as champion in both the indoor and outdoor high hurdles.

The Gators finished second place at the 2018 NCAA Outdoor Championships after winning the national title last year.