Demus wins 400 hurdles at US track trials
EUGENE, Ore. -- Defending outdoor champion Lashinda Demus won the women's 400-meter hurdles at the U.S. track trials in 53.98 seconds to earn a place on the Olympic team.
Georganne Moline was second in 54.33, and T'Erea Brown was third in 54.81 at Hayward Field on Sunday for the other spots on the U.S. team in the London Games.
Brown was the 2010 U.S. champion in the event. She and Demus were the only American women to run under 55 seconds this season heading into the trials.
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