The world’s No. 2-ranked hurdler, Johnny Dutch, has committed to compete in the Kansas Relays. The Invitational 400-meter hurdles will feature the world’s No. 1- and 2-ranked hurdlers, as Dutch will go up against five-time Kansas Relays winner and the world’s top-ranked hurdler Bershawn “Batman” Jackson.
Dutch wrapped up a stellar collegiate career with a 2010 NCAA title in 110 hurdles, before turning pro in July and forgoing his senior season. Dutch earned four All-American honors in 2010 and eight in his three years at South Carolina.
The Relays runs April 20-23.