More National Records for Altis Athletes

Ellie Kormis

Ellie Kormis

ALTIS Director of Education

FLAGSTAFF, Arizona – National Records fell for the second time in a month this weekend as Altis athletes took advantage of Northern Arizona University’s final meet of the indoor season.

Korean hurdlers Tae-Kyong Park and Hye-Lim Jung once again lowered their own National Indoor Records to 7.78s and 8.32s respectively in the 60m Hurdles. Both marks further improved on the record breaking performances the Korean duo posted earlier this month.

At the same meet, 2013 World Youth Champion Sanghyuk Woo (Korea) won the High Jump in a PR of 2.21m. Christabel Nettey (Canada) also posted another strong performance winning the LJ in 6.53m – cementing her position as Canadian number one for the 2014 indoor season.


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