Nia Ali of USA in the 100m hurdles at the USATF Championships 2022

NEW YORK —— The 115th Millrose Games, to be held at the Nike Track & Field Center at The Armory in New York City, promises to be an exciting and competitive event, and the women’s 60m hurdles is expected to be among the highlights.

Here is the start list for the event, as the strong field includes several top athletes with global recognition. Read More: Can Abby Steiner break the American 300m record at the 2023 NYRR Millrose Games?

Today’s very competitive field of competitors, includes Americans Nia Ali, Anna Hall, and Devynne Charlton of The Bahamas, and they are expected to bring their A-game to put on a show for the fans here today.

Ali, a two-time World Indoor champion in the 60m hurdles and the 2019 100m hurdles world champion will open her season this weekend but she enters with a personal best of 7.80. Another athlete to watch is versatile Anna Hall, who is the reigning World Heptathlon bronze medalist.

Bahamas’ Devynne Charlton is another athlete to watch at the Millrose Games here today, having already showed her form from previous races this season.

As the 60m Hurdles World Indoor silver medalist, Charlton has shown that she can compete with the best in the world and she heads into this race with a PB of 7.81 and has already clocked 7.89 secs and 7.87 secs this season.

Sharika Nelvis is another athlete to keep an eye on. As the 2014 NCAA 60m Hurdles Champion, she has proven her ability to perform under pressure. With her PB of 7.70, she will be a strong competitor in this race.

There are several other talented competitors in this race as well, including USA’s Tonea Marshall and Sharika Nelvis. – READ MORE: How to watch NYRR Millrose Games? Today’s broadcast schedule, live results

60m Hurdles Start List – 115th Millrose Games

Here’s a look at the start list for the women’s 60m hurdles at the 115th Millrose Games:

  1. Michelle Harrison (Canada)
  • PB: 8.09
  • SB: 8.10
  1. Anna Hall (USA)
  • PB: 8.20
  • SB: 8.20
  • World Heptathlon Bronze Medalist
  1. Sharika Nelvis (USA)
  • PB: 7.70
  • SB: 7.93
  • 2014 NCAA 60m Hurdles Champion
  • 60m Hurdles 4th at World Indoor Championships 2018
  1. Nia Ali (USA)
  • PB: 7.80
  • 2 World Indoor Titles (60H 2014 and 2016)
  • 100m Hurdles World Champion 2019
  1. Devynne Charlton (Bahamas)
  • PB: 7.81
  • SB: 7.87
  • 60m Hurdles World Indoor Silver Medalist 2022
  1. Tonea Marshall (USA)
  • PB: 7.86
  • SB: 7.95
  1. Anna Cockrell (USA)
  • PB: 7.93
  • SB: 8.02
  1. Camden Bentley (USA)
  • PB: 8.54

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