By now, you know that Kendra Harrison is a badass. The former UK track star broke the world record for the 100m hurdles last summer, clocking in at a scorching 12.2 seconds. Harrison continues to train with UK track coach Edrick Floreal, and on Friday, she broke her hand warming up for the 100m hurdles at the Doha DL in Qatar. Instead of bowing out of the race like most mortals, Harrison not only ran it, she won it. By a lot. With a broken hand.
– Costas Goulas (@lsabre) May 6, 2017
— Keni Harrison (@Ken_AYE_) May 5, 2017
Afterwards, she was rushed to the hospital, where she was fitted with a cast:
— Edrick Floreal (@TrackKentucky) May 5, 2017
Surely that earned Harrison some rest and relaxation, right? Wrong. Harrison was back on the track at UK today, even though she’s scheduled to have surgery on her hand on Thursday:
— Keni Harrison (@Ken_AYE_) May 8, 2017
Incredible. You go, girl.