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Jasmine Camacho-Quinn wins gold in 100M hurdles, Keni Harrison earns silver

What a run from two former Wildcat track stars. During Sunday night’s 100-meter hurdles event at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Jasmine Camacho-Quinn, who ran track and field at the University of Kentucky from 2015-18, won the GOLD MEDAL with a time of 12.37. Her gold medal victory was the first-ever in an athletic event by Team Puerto Rico. Right behind Camacho-Quinn was another former ‘Cat, Keni Harrison, who earned a silver medal with a time of 12.52 for Team USA. Harrison attended Kentucky from 2015-17.
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Olympian Keni Harrison has faced many hurdles

Olympic hurdler Keni Harrison was born two months premature and suffered from a heart murmur. After placing sixth in the Olympic trials in 2016, she broke the world record two weeks later. She contracted Covid earlier this year, but she’s finally getting the chance to compete at the OlympicsAug. 1, 2021.

Sydney McLaughlin, Keni Harrison begin quest for Olympic gold tonight

Got plans tonight? Cancel ’em or set the DVR. Several former Kentucky track stars, including Sydney McLaughlin and Keni Harrison, begin their quests for Olympic gold in primetime on NBC. Sydney McLaughlin will compete in heat three of the 400m hurdles at 8:16 p.m. ET. She set the world record...
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Keni Harrison: NCAA champion, world record holder, Olympian

"My summer is going great," Former Kentucky Wildcat Keni Harrison said. "I think everything is going as planned." So far this summer, Harrison has added to her long list of accolades when it was announced that she would join the 2021 UK Athletics Hall of Fame class. Six days later, she placed the cherry on top when she won first place at the Olympic Trails in the 100m hurdles.