Jamras Rittidet 13.67s 110mh in Fort Collins USA

>> April 28, 2013

Colorado, Fort Collins USA (27.04.2013)_________ Defending SEA Games champion Jamras Rittidet of Thailand clocked 13.67s (+2.6) 110mh in Jack Christiansen Invitational, the fastest time ever recorded by a Southeast Asian in any condition. His best 13.77s from 2011 Palembang SEA Games.

Malaysia's Nur Herman Majid holds Southeast Asian record 13.73 set enroute to win bronze in 1994 Asian Games in Hiroshima.

Two weeks ago (also) in Colorado he did 13.96 (+3.2). Earlier this month he ran a 100m best 10.78s in Albuquerque, and then 10.80w in Colorado a few days later.

His legal seasonal best of 110mh 14.07 (-0.7) produced in Albuquerque Don Kirby Invitational in April 6, 2013.

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