Tokyo Olympics: American Sidney McLaughlin wins gold in the 400m hurdles and breaks the world record

Tokyo Olympics: American Sidney McLaughlin wins gold in the 400m hurdles and breaks the world record

American Sydney McLaughlin won the gold medal in the 400-meter hurdles on Wednesday.

Where she broke her world record by finishing in 51.46 seconds and defeated her compatriot Dalilah Muhammad at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

McLaughlin returned after the final set of hurdles to win the gold in the 400-meter hurdles, breaking the world record by 51.46 to overthrow her teammate and former world record holder Dalilah Muhammad as an Olympic champion.

Rising star Vimek Paul from the Netherlands won the bronze medal in 52.03 seconds, while the American Dalilah Muhammad won the silver medal.

Brazilian Ana Marcela Kona won the gold medal in the women’s open swimming competition (10,000 metres) at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Anna completely finished the race in 1 hour 59 minutes 30.8 seconds and took first place in 1 hour 59 minutes 30.8 seconds on Wednesday, finishing nine-tenths of a second ahead of defending champion Sharon van Rowendahl of the Netherlands.

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