It's hard enough to set one national record. Somehow, Strymar Livingston made setting two marks in the span of three weeks look easy.
The Columbus senior topped himself at this past weekend's New Balance Collegiate, clocking a time of 1:17.58 in the 600 meters to outlast Liverpool's Zavon Watkins and lower a national high school mark that Livingston set last year. Just two weeks ago, Livingston ran a 1:01.58 in the 500 meters to win gold at the New Balance Games and set another national high school record.
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