Video: Jacory Patterson sets new NCAA record in the 300 meters

Jacory Patterson sets new NCAA record in the 300 meters

Video: Jacory Patterson sets new NCAA record in the 300 meters
Jacory Patterson / Pic: Jacory Twitter

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University of Florida sprinter Jacory Patterson set a new NCAA record for the 300m after he ran a sensational 31.99 at the 2022 Clemson Invitational on Saturday, January 15. Jacory Patterson sets new NCAA record in the 300 meters.

Before today there has been only six sub-32 performances in the men’s 300m in world history.

Patterson broke his own NCAA record of 32.28 he set last year while he competed for Virginia Tech.

See the full men’s 300m results here.

Men’s top all time 300m indoors

1. Noah Lyles USA – 31.87A
2. Wallace Spearmon  –  31.88
3. Paul Dedewo  USA – 31.92A
4. Kerron Clement USA –   31.94
4. LaShawn Merritt USA –  31.94
6. Bralon Taplin  GRN Ostrava – 31.97
7. Jacory Patterson (USA) –  31.99 (2022, Jan. 15)
8. Steven Gardener BAH Alabama – 32.06 (2022, Jan. 14)

—World Athletics

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