Jade Barber (USA – unattached)

  • 5-time All American at Notre Dame, winning 9 conference championships
  • silver medalist on the USA 4 x 100 team at the World University Games in both 2013 and 2015.
  • K of C bronze medalist in hurdles in 2019 (winner in ’18, 2nd in ’16 and 3rd in ’17
  • has already run 8.33 this year.

Kaila Barber (USA – unattached)

  • World Junior Championship bronze medalist in the 400m hurdles in 2012
  • 12-time conference medalist at Note Dame in hurdles, long jump and relays including 3 gold medals.
  • 2016 NCAA hurdle finalist indoors and outdoors
  • 2nd place in the K of C hurdles in 2017 and 2nd in ‘18

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Breana Norman (USA – unattached)

  • returning after a spectacular debut here at the K of C Games in 2018
  • star at Hampton U, Va. winning conference championships in 60 and 100m hurdles, high jump and 4 x 100.
  • in the 2019 K of C Games she was 2nd at 50m and 60m, and champion in the 60m Hurdles in 8.26 sec

Amber Hughes (USA – unattached)

  • All-American competing for Tennessee State
  • won conference championships indoors and outdoors in sprints, hurdles, long jump, triple jump and relays
  • Ohio Valley Conference female Athlete of the Year in 2017
  • 5th in the K of C hurdles last year but went on to run 8.06 seconds to finish third in the US championships

Chantel Ray (USA – unattached)

  • 2014 Virginia Gatorade Female Track Athlete of the Year
  • High school star from Virginia who attended Ohio State
  • 4th in the Big Ten outdoor hurdles in ’17
  • Big Ten indoor hurdle champ in ’18 (8.21) & 4th outdoors in 13.49

Katelyn Lehner (Canada – Running Wild TC)

  • 2016 Canada West pentathlon champion
  • 2018 – 1st in CanWest and 3rd in U-Sport hurdles
  • 2019 – 2nd in CW and 3rd in U-Sport hurdles, 2nd in U-Sport Long Jump
  • #4 a.t. Sask. 60m hurdler with a best of 8.31 sec

Joy Spearchief-Morris (London Western TF Club)

  • member of the Kainai Blood Tribe, she was the winner of the female Tom Longboat award in 2017 presented by Canada’s Aboriginal Sport Circle
  • starred at Western University in London, Ont. winning gold in the 2016 CIS 60m, winning silver in 2017 USport 60 meter hurdles, plus seven other national championship medals
  • 5th in the FISU Games 100m hurdles
  • 6th fastest Canadian indoors and outdoors in ’19 (8.28 / 13.23)

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Michelle Harrison (Canada – U of S Huskies)

  • 4th fastest Can outdoors in ’19 (13.13) and 5th fastest indoors in ’19 in winning the U Sport championship in a new U of S Huskie record of 8.27
  • 3rd in the 2019 Canadian Championships
  • #2 a.t time Saskatchewan hurdler behind only Brianne Theisen-Eaton with bests of 8.27 and 13.13
  • #1 a.t Huskie in women’s 60m (7.57) and hurdles (8.27)