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The United States finished 1-2 in the men's 110-meter hurdles
Monday, with David Oliver taking the gold at the world
championships with 13.00 seconds, the fastest time of the year.
Ryan Wilson took silver in 13.13
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Big HBCU-related news out of the track and field world. Howard University alum David Oliver claimed the 110-meter hurdles title at the track and field World Championships in Moscow on Monday. Already an Olympic medalist (Bronze 2008), Oliver ran the race in 13 seconds flat, the fastest time this year.
Congratulations Alumnus & Olympian David Oliver for taking the gold at...
The United States is looking at a possible sweep in the 110-meter hurdles at the world championships after its three top runners reached the semifinals Sunday.
Olympic gold medalist Aries Merritt, defending champion Jason Richardson and the season's fastest man, David Oliver, all won their heats.
Merritt and Richardson combined for a 1-2 finish at last year's London Olympics...