The Meeting Hauts-de-France Pas-de-Calais has announced that Grant Holloway, Katie Moon (formerly Nageotte), and Keely Hodgkinson will compete at the World Athletics Indoor Tour Gold event in Lievin on February 15th.
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Holloway, a US sprint hurdler, is the reigning world indoor and outdoor champion. Holloway, also the world indoor record holder, has an undefeated streak of almost nine years at the 60m hurdles, including victories in Lievin in 2022 and 2021.
Moon, also from the US, is the world and Olympic pole vault champion and has won in Lievin in 2019 and set an indoor season’s best there in 2020.
Hodgkinson, the European indoor and outdoor 800m champion, is the world and Olympic silver medalist and holds the British records for both indoor and outdoor events. She will be looking to redeem herself in Lievin, as it is the site of her only indoor 800m defeat.
Other notable athletes competing in Lievin include Mondo Duplantis, the world and Olympic pole vault champion, and Jakob Ingebrigtsen, the Olympic 1500m champion.