Take Two Tuesday: A Second Glance At The Weekend

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Anna Hall's US No. 2 42.03 in the 300 hurdles is also a 4A classification record.

For anyone keeping track, this weekend was loaded. And with the myriad of stellar results, it was difficult to keep track of every one of them, and all their significance. So, we're going to take another look back...

Anna Hall In The Record Books

Anna Hall didn't just dominate the 300 Hurdles, she reset the 4A classification record books. Her 42.03 broke an eight-year classification record, and it's currently No.5 all-time in all-classifications, oh yeah, and it's No. 2 in the country right now.

Adding to the impressive feat was that she ran the time smack in the middle of a busy day at Mullen where she ran 24.54 in the 200, and won the 100 hurdles in 14.52.

What can she run fresh?

If she wants Carly Lester's state record of 41.18, she'll have to challenge Emily Sloan, however, who has gone 41.24.