Kimberlyn Duncan wins 200 meter outdoor title
Des Moines, IA- Former LSU sprinter Kimberlyn Duncan capped off her pro debut by winning the 200 meter final at the USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships. Duncan captured the win in dramatic fashion. She trailed 2012 Olympic champion Allyson Felix more than halfway through the race before coming from behind to earn the victory. Duncan finished with a time of 21.80, the best of her career. She will represent the U.S. in the World Championships in Moscow.
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