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Price takes fourth in 200 at Canadian Olympic Trials

 

Former Menlo School standout Maddy Price placed fourth in the women's 200 meters Sunday at the Canadian Olympic Trials in Edmonton.

Price was clocked in 23.91. The top two finishers, Crystal Emmanuel (22.83) and Kimberly Hyacinthe (22.88) met the Olympic qualifying standard of 23.20.


Maddy Price/Photo by Keith Peters
Price, who completed her sophomore year at Duke University, placed fifth in the 400 on Saturday.

At the U.S. Olympic Trials in Eugene, Stanford's Kori Carter placed fourth in the women's 400 meter hurdles with a time of 54.47.

Dalilah Muhammed's winning time was 52.88. Sydney McLaughlin placed third in 54.15.

Stanford grad Sara Bei Hall placed 14th in the women's 5,000 meter finals. She finished with a time of 15:54.99. Notre Dame grad Molly Huddle won the race in 15:05.01.

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