Jamaican sprint hurdler, Omar Mcleod, says he’s hoping to add the world record to the gold he won at the Rio Olympics, last year.

The record stands at 12.80-seconds set by American hurdler Aries Merritt in 2012.

The former Kingston College standout, says he has made some adjustment to his technique which will allow him to run faster.

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Mcleod, says he’ll be competing in the multiple events in the near future.

Mcleod, the only elite sprint hurdler in history to run sub-10 seconds in the 100 metres and sub-13 seconds in the 110 metres hurdles, says the 200-metres is his favorite event.

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