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Kentucky Track’s Jasmine Camacho-Quinn breaks former Wildcat’s 100H record


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Kentucky Track and Field phenom Sydney McLaughlin may be in the spotlight the most right now, but Jasmine Camacho-Quinn wants it to be known she’s still one of the most dominant athletes in the nation.

The junior NCAA Champion managed a three-peat of the 100M hurdle yesterday afternoon, where her 12.40 time broke the meet record and is considered the second-fastest time in NCAA history.

In fact, the record she broke was actually that of former Wildcat Kendra Harrison, whom she topped by .10 seconds.

This is Camacho-Quinn’s sixth SEC Track and Field title, with her other victories coming in the same event in 2016 and 2017, to go with 60H victories in 2017 and 2018, and a 4×400 relay victory this year, as well.

The Kentucky basketball and football teams get the most attention, but the most dominant athletes on campus may be on the track.

Article written by Jack Pilgrim

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5 responses to “Kentucky Track’s Jasmine Camacho-Quinn breaks former Wildcat’s 100H record”

  1. UoKFB PHAN

    Congratulations to Ms. Camacho-Quinn! It sounds like great things are happening in T&F.

    1. callitlikeiseeit

      Been happening since Floreal took over as coach. Seems to have a great staff as well.

  2. UKgraduateandfanforlife

    Awesome! Congratulations!!!

  3. michaelb

    Congrats track team ! I’m glad that ksr covers these gals – I woulda had no clue how awesome they were

  4. chris gettelfinger is not walking through that door

    Way to go Jasmine!