James Muharrem of Chatham-Kent Secondary School (wearing white shoes, centre) has broken the SWOSSA 110 m hurdles record. May 17, 2017. (Photo by Paul Pedro)

CKSS Grad First In Hurdles

It’s not taking Chatham-Kent Secondary School graduate James Muharrem very long to find success on the track with the Guelph Gryphons.

In his first meet of the year, Muharrem finished first in the men’s 60m hurdles¬†at the Zoltan Tenke Classic in Guelph with a time of 8.410 seconds in the finals.

Muharrem narrowly beat out his teammate Grant Richard, who placed second with a time of 8.413 seconds.