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PB & OECS record for Warner; 2nd in 400m Hurdles Final @ ACC Championships

Lakeisha Warner aka ‘Mimi’ placed second in the 400m Hurdles Final at the 2018 ACC Championships in Florida, USA on May 12, 2018. Photo: Provided
CORAL GABLES, Florida, USA- Virgin Islands hurdler Lakeisha Warner aka ‘Mimi’ did her university team and the Virgin Islands proud when she captured a silver medal at the 2018 ACC Championships in Florida, USA on May 12, 2018.

Warner, a sophomore from Clemson University, was 2nd in the 400m Hurdles Final in a Personal Best and OECS Record, 57.23 seconds.

She was edged out for the top spot by Samantha Gonzalez of University of Miami, who registered a Personal Best 56.77 seconds.

Third was Andrenette Knight of the University of Virginia in a Personal Best 57.95 seconds.

Warner was the fastest qualifier in the four heats that saw 23 athletes take to the starter’s gun. She clocked 57.80 in Heat One.

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