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Zoe Hobbs Qualifies for Paris Olympics, Setting New National Record in Women’s Sprint

Zoe Hobbs Qualifies for Paris Olympics, Setting New National Record in Women’s Sprint

Zoe Hobbs, a sprinter from New Zealand, has qualified for the Paris Olympics. She achieved a time of 10.96 seconds in the heats, becoming only the se

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Zoe Hobbs, a sprinter from New Zealand, has qualified for the Paris Olympics. She achieved a time of 10.96 seconds in the heats, becoming only the second New Zealand female sprinter to qualify for the Olympics in nearly 100 years. The previous female sprinter from New Zealand competed in the 1928 Amsterdam Games. Hobbs set a new national and area record with her impressive performance. She was surprised by her time, as the conditions were not ideal. With her qualification secured, Hobbs will now focus on preparing for the World Track and Field Championships in Budapest. She expressed her gratitude to her support team and family for their help. Hobbs also won the final race with a time of 11.13 seconds.

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