Elijah Hall-Thompson (born August 22, 1994) is an American male sprinter and American record holder in the indoor 200 meters. At the NCAA Division I Championships he helped the Houston Cougars win the 4 × 100 meters relay in 2018, and won both the 60 meters and the 200 meters at the NCAA Division I Indoor Championships in 2018. His winning time of 20.02 in the 200 meters is the second fastest time ever achieved over the distance indoors. He qualified to represent the United States for the 2017 World Championships in the 200 meters, but withdrew due to an injury.

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  • Elijah Hall-Thompson (born August 22, 1994) is an American male sprinter and American record holder in the indoor 200 meters. At the NCAA Division I Championships he helped the Houston Cougars win the 4 × 100 meters relay in 2018, and won both the 60 meters and the 200 meters at the NCAA Division I Indoor Championships in 2018. His winning time of 20.02 in the 200 meters is the second fastest time ever achieved over the distance indoors. He qualified to represent the United States for the 2017 World Championships in the 200 meters, but withdrew due to an injury. (en)
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  • Elijah Hall-Thompson (born August 22, 1994) is an American male sprinter and American record holder in the indoor 200 meters. At the NCAA Division I Championships he helped the Houston Cougars win the 4 × 100 meters relay in 2018, and won both the 60 meters and the 200 meters at the NCAA Division I Indoor Championships in 2018. His winning time of 20.02 in the 200 meters is the second fastest time ever achieved over the distance indoors. He qualified to represent the United States for the 2017 World Championships in the 200 meters, but withdrew due to an injury. (en)
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  • Elijah Hall (athlete) (en)
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