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High/Mids 14s in HS, not sure re: college by TMCT
In college they get higher and at 5'9'' that didn't help. I still ran them but was "better" at the 400 hurdles, as most elite hurdlers seemed to focus on one event and chose the 110s bc the 400 was just a much harder race for them. I ran the 400 hurdles in highschool whereas most states ran 300 at that point so for me it wasn't an adjustment - race actually got easier over time.