Jasmine Camacho-Quinn notched her third straight SEC championship in the 100-meter hurdles over the weekend.
And the Fort Dorchester High School graduate is establishing herself as one of the top hurdlers in the world.
Camacho-Quinn, a junior at Kentucky, won the 100 hurdles in an SEC Championships record of 12.40 seconds, the fastest time in the world so far this year.
Her time was just .01 of a second off the collegiate record, and .20 of a second shy of the world record. Camacho-Quinn now ranks No. 15 all-time in the world in the 100 hurdles.
"I'm really excited," Camacho-Quinn said after her performance in Knoxville, Tenn. "I mean I wanted to break the collegiate record, but 12.40 at SECs, I've still got time. I knew it was gonna be tough out here, I just wanted to come out here, react to the hurdles and have fun."
Camacho-Quinn, who ran for Puerto Rico in the 2016 Olympic Games, is now a five-time SEC hurdles indoor and outdoor champion. She also ran on Kentucky's winning 4x400 relay team this weekend as the Wildcat women finished sixth overall in the SEC.
Camacho-Quinn has won NCAA championships in the 100 hurdles in 2016 and the 4x100 relay in 2017.