Keni Harrison broke a 28-year-old world record in the 100m hurdles on Friday, two weeks after she failed to make the U.S. Olympic team.
Harrison, 23, clocked 12.20 seconds at a meet in London, beating the old mark by .01. Watch the race here.
In 1988, Bulgaria’s Yordanka Donkova clocked 12.21.
“Not making the Olympic team I was truly upset, and I wanted to come out here and do what I know I could have done,” Harrison said on the BBC. “I was coming out here with a vengeance to show these girls what I have.”
Harrison, who on May 28 broke the American record with a 12.24-second win at the Prefontaine Classic, was sixth at the Olympic Trials on July 8, when the top three made the team for Rio.
The three women who beat Harrison at Trials finished second, third and fourth on Friday — Brianna Rollins, Kristi Castlin and Nia Ali.
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