This being a distance-oriented site and perhaps the 300m being a non-standard event makes it difficult for some to understand this performance. It's on par which an NCAA athlete running a (4:05) 1500 in her first race; 36.12 might end up being the fastest time in the world this year.
Sure, but the 300m is an irrelevant event, even in indoor.
You could ag=rgue that there are no significant indoor events. But its a nice diversion.
But the 300 m is her most significant indoor event for an athlete focused on 400 (H or flat)