29 Jan '18, 1am

Hannah Cunliffe announces she's turning pro

Oregon's Hannah Cunliffe is turning pro By Doug Binder, DyeStat Editor After two years at Oregon, reigning NCAA Division 1 indoor 60-meter champion Hannah Cunliffe has decided to turn pro. Cunliffe has moved out of Eugene and is back home near Seattle. On Sunday, she put together a statement that read: "I'm finalizing who my agent will be as I make the move to running professional. I'm excited for what challenges lie ahead. I enjoyed my time at Oregon and made big improvements. I just felt it was the right time to make a move. More information will be coming as soon as things get finalized." That statement came in the form of a text message from Cunliffe's father, Mike. Cunliffe has been a standout sprinter since middle school in the Puget Sound area and spent her first year of college at Oklahoma. She won Pac-12 titles in the 100 and 200 in 2016, but concluded the season ...

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