National sprint hurdles record holder goes pro

New national sprint hurdles record holder Janeek Brown has announced she will be taking her athletics prowess to the professional level and forego her remaining two years of university.

Brown, has represented the University of Arkansas since 2017.

The 21 year old former Wolmer's standout became the new holder of the national women's 100 metre hurdles record when she sped to 12.40 seconds in landing the top spot at the recent NCAA Division 1 Championships in Austin, Texas on June 8.


Reliable sources told RJR Sports that Brown has signed with sports goods manufacturing giants Puma.


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