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Oliver also won a chance at the World medal that has so-far eluded him at the August championships in Daegu, South Korea.
The Washington Post describes Oliver:
Oliver, the 2008 Olympic bronze medal winner, looked unstoppable. A former football player at Howard University, Oliver stands 6 feet 2, weighs 205 pounds and has shoulders broad enough to play linebacker. When he’s barreling down the track, it appears more likely he will bust through a hurdle than fall over one.
Runner-up Aries Merritt matched his season best of 13.12s.
Oliver holds the American 110M hurdles record at 12.89s. Earlier this month, he won the Diamond League after a loss in Shanghai following a 20-win streak. More photos and watch a video clip of Oliver's win AFTER THE JUMP ...