The Top Progression Of 60H Boys In 2019 So Far

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We're barely two weeks into the new year, and we're already seeing some major improvements from last year, as if that was a long, long time ago...

But I figured there's no better time to start marking progressing, and Colorado does have three 60 hurdlers hovering within the Top 11 nationally

Zion Gordon, and Cameron Harris are currently sitting No. 7 and No. 8 in the country with their 8.00, and 8.01 marks, and Zaire Jackson is just outside the top 10, at No. 11 with a 8.04. 

Of the three Gordon was the only one with a sub-8 cracking a year ago, and he's nearly there now, halfway into January. Meanwhile Harris and Jackson have made huge leaps into the realm of national caliber in just a few short weeks. 

And looking further down the list, keep an eye on Gregory Anderson - he's dropped over half a second from 2018 to 2019. A half-a-second, in the 60H? 

So, how much has everyone improved from 2018 to 2019?

Check out the list below...

Athlete2019 2018 Difference
Zion Gordon 8.007.970.03
Cameron Harris 8.018.10( 0.09 )
Zaire Jackson 8.048.21( 0.17 )
Joel Nyatusah 8.228.200.02
Mason Anthony 8.248.32( 0.08 )
Dane Palazzo 8.448.59( 0.15 )
Ian Gray 8.448.380.06
Gregory Anderson 8.468.98( 0.52 )
Nate Hanson 8.478.63( 0.16 )
Pj Robinson 8.779.15( 0.38 )
Jared Atkin 8.829.03( 0.21 )
Sean Burns 8.989.36( 0.38 )
Eric Casey 9.3210.12( 0.80 )
Julio Jaime 9.359.69( 0.34 )
Nolan Johan 9.369.51( 0.15 )
Jaydes Warwick 9.529.420.10
Austin Schlaver 9.629.590.03
Jensen Douillard 9.639.90( 0.27 )


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