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Holloway and Chepkoech look to maintain momentum in Torun - indoor tour

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Betty Heidler

World champions Grant Holloway and Beatrice Chepkoech will aim to continue their record-breaking form when they head to Torun for the Copernicus Stop on Wednesday (17), the next World Athletics Indoor Tour Gold meeting of 2021.

Every time Holloway lines up for a 60m hurdles race, the world record of 7.30 – set by Colin Jackson back in 1994, three years before Holloway was born – comes under threat. The world 110m hurdles champion owns the five fastest times in the world this year, topped by his 7.32 North American indoor record of 7.32 from Lievin which made him the second-fastest man ever for the distance.

World champions Grant Holloway and Beatrice Chepkoech will aim to continue their record-breaking form when they head to Torun for the Copernicus Stop on Wednesday (17), the next World Athletics Indoor Tour Gold meeting of 2021.

Every time Holloway lines up for a 60m hurdles race, the world record of 7.30 – set by Colin Jackson back in 1994, three years before Holloway was born – comes under threat. The world 110m hurdles champion owns the five fastest times in the world this year, topped by his 7.32 North American indoor record of 7.32 from Lievin which made him the second-fastest man ever for the distance.

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