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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — LSU All-American Trindon Holliday has been chasing an individual title at the N...

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — LSU All-American Trindon Holliday has been chasing an individual title at the NCAA Track and Field Championships for more than two years, only to finish second three times and third once in five previous indoor and outdoor meets. To Holliday, a Zachary native, enough was enough. On Friday night, his world-class speed finally made him the fastest man in NCAA track as he won the 100 meters final with a time of 10.00 seconds at John McDonnell Field. The time equaled the personal-best he recorded in winning his preliminary heat Wednesday.

Good job, Trindon.
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