Kansas City Smokes Anthony Hall III had a decent outdoor season that was not as fast as expected. However, finished his last 14 races of his season undefeated. Hall finished his season down in Columbia winning both the 100m and the 200m; becoming the Show Me State champion in the 100m for 3 years in a row and for the 2nd time in the 200m. Hall started his double with a comfortable win over a less than reputable field; That is other than Mississippi States Alumni Garren Hendricks. Hendricks is an Elite sprinter who has PR’s in the 100m under 10.4 and under 21.0 in the 200m. In addition to this, Hendricks was a sprinter who went back and forth before his injury with the likes of Olympic Sprinter Maurice Mitchell. However, Hendricks suffered a detrimental hamstring injury in college that set him back for a couple of years. However, Hendricks was able to finish with a respectable 2nd place to Hall in both the 100m (10.57) and 200m (21.80).
Hall strides to finishing time in the 100m with an unofficial time of 10.47nwi. That following morning Hall won the 200m in damp chilly conditions in an unofficial 21.26. Those last two races finished Halls 3rd professional Season as a Sprinter. Hall will continue his sprint journey in February with Indoor.