PH tracks rising star Knott shatters SEA Games record anew

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(CNN Philippines, December 7) — This track and field rising star continues to leave her competitors in the dust, and spectators in awe.

Kristina Knott opened her first Southeast Asian (SEA) Games campaign with two new records.

She first recorded 23.07 seconds in the women's 200m preliminaries to break SEA Games records and Lydia De Vega’s three-decade long standing national record Saturday.

Before the day ended, Knott shattered another SEA Games record in the finals of the same event by clocking 23.01 seconds.

The University of Miami trackster will also compete in the 100m and in the relay events.