Millrose Games 2022: Women’s 60m Hurdles & Men’s 60m Sprint Lineup Revealed

Discover the impressive lineup for the 2022 Millrose Games showcasing elite athletes in the women’s 60m hurdles and men’s 60m sprint. Witness thrilling battles between champions and medalists like Danielle Williams, Kendra Harrison, Andre De Grasse, and Christian Coleman.

The Millrose Games Set to Feature Powerhouse Lineup in Women’s 60m Hurdles

The Millrose Games, a prestigious World Athletics Indoor Tour Gold meeting, is set to feature a powerhouse field in the women’s 60m hurdles event on February 11th in New York. The lineup includes the reigning world champion, Danielle Williams of Jamaica, along with several other medalists from the 2022 World Championships in Budapest.

Williams, who regained the world title in 2022 with a time of 12.43, will face off against the bronze medalist from Budapest, Kendra Harrison of the USA. Harrison, the former world 100m hurdles record-holder and 2018 world 60m hurdles champion, will be looking to renew her rivalry with the Jamaican star.

“The depth of talent on display is further bolstered by the inclusion of the American duo of Alaysha Johnson and Tia Jones, both of whom will be aiming to make their mark in the highly competitive field.”

Joining them on the starting line will be Devynne Charlton of The Bahamas, who won the silver medal in the 60m hurdles at the 2022 World Indoor Championships, as well as Williams’ Jamaican teammate Ackera Nugent, the NCAA champion, and the 2019 world champion, Nia Ali of the USA.

Star-Studded Lineup in the Men’s 60m Sprint

In the men’s 60m sprint, the Millrose Games will feature a star-studded lineup, with Canada’s Olympic 200m champion Andre De Grasse set to challenge the USA’s Christian Coleman, the 2019 world 100m champion and 2018 world 60m titleholder. They will be joined by fellow American Ronnie Baker, as well as Japan’s record-holder Abdul Hakim Sani Brown, Jamaica’s NACAC champion Ackeem Blake, and Puerto Rican record-holder Miles Lewis.

The announcement of the Millrose Games lineup follows the confirmation of several other top athletes for the ORLEN Copernicus Cup, another World Athletics Indoor Tour Gold meeting, to be held in Torun, Poland, on February 6th. The 60m hurdles event at this meet will feature the likes of Pia Skrzyszowska, Tobi Amusan, Reetta Hurske, and Luca Kozak.

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