USA’s Doha 2019 100m hurdles silver medalist Kendra Harrison decided she will compete in the indoor season 2020. Her agent Claude Bryan confirmed the news.
The main goal for the 100m hurdles World record holder is to try to defend the World indoor 60 m hurdles title from Birmingham 2018. Her indoor best is also US record 7.70.
Also, the current World champion and double mother Nia Ali plans to run indoors. Ali is double world indoor champion in 2014 and 2016.
The clash could be one of the highlights of the indoor season.
The 60m hurdles women will also be World Indoor Tour event in 2020 so a potential US winner could get a wild card for the World Indoors in Nanjing in March.
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