Devon Allen is used to winning close races.
Allen might never enter another event that'll be as close as the 110-meter hurdles Sunday at the USATF Outdoor championships.
Allen, the former Oregon receiver, crossed in 13.452 seconds — with the up-and-coming Grant Holloway in second at 13.454 — after a weather delay that lasted just under three hours.
World record-holder Aries Merritt, who missed the 2016 Olympic team by 0.01 and missed a national title a year ago by 0.07 after a kidney transplant three years ago, was fourth at 13.52.
"I'm not up in the booth, so I don't make those decisions. I'll take it," Allen said. "I think it just comes down...