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Tarboro hurdler Todd Gurley to compete in France


Tarboro hurdler Todd Gurley was faced with an unlikely decision for any soon-to-be high school senior Wednesday. Walking off the track at the World Youth Trials in Myrtle Beach, S.C., Gurley had the chance to represent his country. A new personal-best - 13.88 seconds - won the 110-meter hurdles and earned him a chance to compete at the World Youth Championships in Lille, France next week. Gurley received an invitation to the Nike football camp in Oregon that same time period. He had to chose one. “At the end of the day, it’s France,” Gurley said. (Rocky Mount Telegram)


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