Saucony's sprint hurdler, who makes her debut this weekend with a 60-meter hurdle race in Birmingham, AL, "is excited and ready to get this [season] popped off!" The 2008 Olympian who memorably hurdled a competitor who had fallen into her outside lane, "plans to come to the [US Olympic Trials] a lot more solid and get a preferred lane."
Having made her first World Championships Team in 2011 as a 400-meter hurdler, the dual hurdling Harrison is also ready "to get in those 100 hurdles and bust it wide open!"
The former Virginia Tech Hokie, who in 2010 became the first woman in history to win National NCAA titles in the 100 and 400 meter hurdles, is more than ready to "show the world what she can do!"
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