(Video) Texas A&M’s Fred Kerley Runs 44.09 400m Letting Up Before Finish at SEC Champs

by LetsRun.com
May 12, 2017

Texas A&M’s Fred Kerley had a run for the ages in the prelims of the SEC Track and Field Championships 400m.

He did this (video of run below).

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Yes he went out and ran a 44.09 400m, the second fastest ever for a collegian, letting up way before the finish. Unbelievable run for Kerley who won NCAA indoors this year with a 44.85.

The NCAA record is 44.00 by USC (Southern California)’s Quincy Watts who won Olympic gold in 1992. 

Also at SEC’s, Kerley’s teammate Lindon Victor broke his own NCAA record in the decathlon as well scoring 8,539 points.

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