Loxsom broke the record set by Erik Sowinski in 2013 by 0.3 seconds.
Loxsom broke the record set by Erik Sowinski in 2013 by 0.3 seconds. (PhotoRun)

Loxsom Breaks Own 600-Meter Record

Wins USA Indoor Track & Field Championship

Loxsom broke the record set by Erik Sowinski in 2013 by 0.3 seconds.
The Editors

On Sunday in Boston, 23-year-old Casimir Loxsom broke the indoor 600-meter record he had set at a college meet in Albuquerque earlier this year. He broke his previous record of 1:15.58 with a time of 1:15.33 and won the USA Indoor Track & Field Championship.

“The title means a lot more than the time to me,” Loxsom, a former Penn State athlete, told the AP. “I’ve never won a U.S. title before. I always seem to find a way to second place out of a potential victory.”

According to Flotrack, Loxsom joined the Brooks Beasts Track Club after finishing his collegiate career at Penn State.

From Outside Magazine, April/May 2021
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