Danielle Williams takes bronze in 100m hurdles Doha 2019
DOHA, QATAR - OCTOBER 06: Danielle Williams of Jamaica competes in the Women's 100 metres hurdles semi finals during day ten of 17th IAAF World Athletics Championships Doha 2019 at Khalifa International Stadium on October 06, 2019 in Doha, Qatar. (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images for IAAF)

Former world 100m hurdles champion Danielle Williams and Kiara Grant of Jamaica are set to compete at the Clemson Bob Pollock Invitational on Friday, January 27th.

Williams, who won gold at the 2015 World Championships, will face tough competition from Ja’mia Johnson (FR, Elon), Anna Witherspoon (SO, Georgia Tech), Tairah Johnson (FR, Tennessee), Victoria Abunaw (FR, Cincinnati), Laysha Tunti (SO, Kennesaw State) and Calista Manns (SR, Cincinnati).

Danielle Williams takes bronze in 100m hurdles Doha 2019
Jamaican Sprinters Danielle Williams and Kiara Grant set to steal the show at Clemson Bob Pollock Invitational

American former NCAA indoor champion Kayla White will also compete in the women’s 60m dash. Two-time NCAA champion Cambria Sturgis will also be in the event.

Jamaican Lashanna Graham will represent Clemson in the women’s 400m.

On Saturday, Williams will face Sturgis in heat 3 of the women’s 200m dash, and heat 2 will see a battle between Jamaican Kiara Grant of Clemson, Antiguan Joella Lloyd of Tennessee, and White.

Rosealee Cooper of Mississippi State will line up in heat 5 of the event.

Jamaicans Jesica McLean and Kayan Green will represent Clemson in the women’s 800m, and Tyrese Reid, also Jamaican, will represent Mississippi State in the men’s 800m.

How to Watch Clemson Bob Pollock Invitational live stream, results, entry lists, and event schedule.
Results Schedule

Clemson Bob Pollock Invitational live streaming links below

Previous articleJoin the action with Roster Athletics
Next articleWorld Champ Shericka Jackson to take center stage at Queen’s/Grace Jackson meet
blank
Senior reporter – Writes for a number media outlets but is now more focus on promoting track and field. He has covered the last two Olympic Games, four IAAF World Championships and several Diamond League events. He also worked with Justsports360.Com, one of our affiliates