American Nia Ali, who is here for Wednesday’s Guadeloupe International Meeting, said she is enjoying the competitive women’s 100m hurdles.

Ali, who has a personal best of 12.48secs, won silver at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. USA each year parade at least 8 of the world’s top 10 sprint hurdlers.

The 100m hurdles field Guadeloupe International Meeting 2017:
Chrystie Lange (FRA)
Nickiesha Wilson (JAM)
Dawn Harper-Nelson (USA)
Nia Ali (USA)
Jasmin Stowers (USA)
Sharika Nelvis (USA)
Janay Beloach (USA)
Alex Perry (USA)

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