While Bolt Sets Record, Former Gators Advance at World Championships
While Usain Bolt made all the noise in the 100 meter dash, two former Gators quietly moved toward their own goals at the 2009 track and field world championships in Berlin.
As Bolt set the world record in the 100 at 9.58 seconds, former Gator sprinters Kerron Clement and Novlene Williams-Mills
advanced to the finals of the men’s 400-meter hurdles and women’s
400-meter dash, respectively.
Clement ran the fastest time of any men's 400 qualifying heat with a time of 48.00.
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