University of Kentucky athlete Abby Steiner has achieved a historic 200m time and 100m time in the collegiate history.
Abby has had another memorable weekend at the university and now many social media users want to know more about her and her achievements.
So, who is Abby Steiner? Here’s everything you need to know about the Kentucky athlete.
Abby Steiner achieves historic 200m time
Kentucky track and field sprint Abby Steiner is making headlines for her historic weekend during the Joe May Invitational at Louisiana State University.
Abby ran the fastest 200m during the event, making her the second-fastest 200m athlete in the history of the college.
She also ran her first 100m in the last three years, becoming the fifth fastest in collegiate history with her 10.92 (+0.5) run.
That’s Abby’s fifth personal record and we’re sure that the athlete will be ready to tackle many more challenges in the next few years.
Who is she?
Abby Steiner hails from Dublin, Ohio where she studied at Dublin Coffman High School.
She is majoring in Human Health Sciences and is one of the best-known track and field sprinters at the University of Kentucky.
During her time at high school, Abby became a 16-time state champion and holds the record for 60m, 200m (indoor and outdoor) and 100m runs.
As a freshman (2018-2019), she won the 60m at the Jim Green Invitational and earned fourth place at SECs in the 200m.
Some of her other achievements for the 2021/2022 season include a silver in the 60m at NCAA Indoor Championships and achieving a 40-year-old collegiate record in the 300m with a 35.80 run at the Cardinal Classic.
Meet Abby on Instagram
Abby is not just gaining loyal fans at the track field but she also has a steady fan base on her person Instagram page.
The athlete often shares snippets from the sporting events she takes part in, as well as regular snaps in her free time to keep her followers up to date.
You can find her under the handle @abby_steiner where she has 38,000 followers at the time of writing.
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