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Sports - May 17, 2013

Stanford's Carter among world's hurdling elite

Winning times at the Pac-12 Championships set her up for NCAA and maybe U.S. titles

by Dave Kiefer

Kori Carter rarely holds back. Certainly not in a race, and rarely with her excitement. Reserved she is not. But after the Stanford junior repeated as the Pac-12 champion in the 100-meter hurdles on Sunday at USC's Loker Stadium — winning by perhaps an inch by lunging to the finish line — she found little use for a lack of self-control, even in the face of breaking her own school record with a sizzling 12.76.

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