After signing with Asics back in late 2015, Candace Hill is eyeing the more important task of bringing another era of women’s track dominance back to the U.S. Hill has taken down two of the primary records in youth track and field by running 10.98 and 22.43 in the 100 and 200 respectively. Hill has come to the horizon of the professional track scene and has not showed any signs of being intimidated as the newest young gun sees a powerful Jaimaican national track machine. But they are of course one of many opponents in a strong list that are not too eager to make room for Hill in the overall rankings for professional sprinters. As the 2016 Olympic Games get closer and closer, the top international stars surely won’t give more than necessary attention to the new Asics star representative. But as any high caliber athlete knows, there’s always someone somewhere coming for your crown. While Candace Hill prepares for the Olympic trials there is a ready blend of hoopla and record breaking expectations from her fans and peers. Hill knows she is currently on the outside looking in but nevertheless aggressively competing for a place at the track legends’ table. Stay tuned.
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