Extreme Velocity’s Marissa Kurtimah, Rewrites Record Book at Arkansas Invitational. Marissa Kurtimah breaks indoor 60-meter dash MSU record
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The Missouri State track and field team competed in its second meet of the 2015-16 indoor season at the Arkansas Invitational here Friday. Sprinter Marissa Kurtimah tallied the lone first-place finish in an event at the meet .The most impressive performance of the day for the Bears was by the junior Kurtimah, who tied her career-best in the 60-meter dash in the preliminaries with a time of 7.50 seconds. Kurtimah stepped up to the line in the final and broke free crossing the finish line with a time of 7.46 seconds to write her name in the record book as the fastest indoor 60-meter dash runner in MSU history, replacing the record of 7.48 that was marked by Pernell Joseph in in the nation.
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