Prerace Jitters is excited to announce that at the Tyson Invitation on February 15, Wallace Spearman is looking to break the World Indoor Record at 200-meters!
The record of 19.92, currently held by Frankie Fredericks, is sick. That’s not running—that’s teleporting!
Sources tell PRJ that, at this point, Spearman’s training is ahead of schedule. Wallace thinks he is in the best shape of his life.
Spearman couldn’t find himself at a more ideal facility to break the record than the Tyson Invitation on the University of Arkansas campus. The 200-meter banked mondo track is one of the highest quality and fastest indoor running surfaces in the world.
Within the last three years, the 400-meter world indoor record and 4 x 400 meter relay indoor U.S. record have also fallen in Fayetteville.
Wallace set the 300-meter world indoor record on this track in 2006. This ain’t his first rodeo.
All eyes will be on Wallace Spearman!
By Jay Hicks, a.k.a. Track Evangelist