America has long been famous as a athlete’s power, especially the content that runs. Athletes like Justin Gatlin or Allyson Felix have brought a lot of glory to America in the international arena, and now, American athletes are preparing to welcome a new star, that is Candace Hill.
Candace Hill is one of the most interested athletes. At the age of 16, she holds two young world records with a record of 22 seconds 43 in content running 200m and 10 seconds 98 in content running 100m, enough achievement for her to win a silver medal at the North Olympic Games 2008. The long stride and strong steps that make Hill often compare to Usain Bolt, and the Jamaican lightning is also her number one idol.
The 10-second 98 performance of Candace Hill is the best achievement in the history of female athletes under 18. Although this record has not yet been officially recognized, because the world athletics has not previously thought that an athlete of this age can run so fast. And to the young world champion athletics tournament in August 2015 in Cali, Colombia, Candace Hill also won a 100-meter gold medal with 11 seconds 08 achievements and 200-meter content with a 22-second 43 achievement.
From an early age, Hill had a special passion for athletics, and her gift of immorality and determination helped her quickly meet her success. Last June, she became the first high school student to run 100m faster than 11 seconds, and at the World Junior Young Athletics Championships in California a month later, she won the gold medal and broke the record of Prize in both content 100m and 200m. Before that, there was only one female athlete doing the same thing in this tournament, it was Jodie Williams.
In 2015, Candace Hill received the award “Best Young Women Athlete in America”. And in American track and field history, only Queen Marion Jones did the same thing at the age of 16. Later Marion Jones won the 100-meter content world championship when she was preparing to age 18 in Athens in 1997. And now Candace Hill is heading towards the seniors’ records. But of course, there was no re-emergence of the doping scandal, so Marion Jones was stripped of five Olympic medals in the past.