American sprinter Christian Coleman broke the world record in the men’s 400-meter race at the IAAF World Championships on Tuesday, but it was American McLaughlin who stole the show with a stunning performance to win gold.
American Sydney McLaughlin broke the world record and won gold in the women’s 400-meter final at the World Athletics Championships.
At the Tokyo Olympics, U.S. sprinter Sydney McLaughlin fought back from behind to win Olympic gold in the women’s 400-meter hurdles, breaking her own world mark.
Due to McLaughlin’s new world record of 51.46, reigning champion and compatriot Dalilah Muhammad had to settle for second place with a time of 51.58. At the 2016 Rio Olympics, Muhammad won gold in this event.
China had the most gold medals with 32, followed by the United States with 25.
Brazil’s Ana Marcela Cunha wins gold in the women’s marathon swimming event.
Returning to the water, Ana Marcela Cunha of Brazil won gold in the 10-kilometer women’s marathon swimming event.
Ana Marcela won the marathon, the longest swimming competition at the Olympic Games, with a time of 1:59:30.8. This victory was also the first Olympic gold for the Brazilian athlete.
Sharon van Rouwendaal of the Netherlands, the gold medalist from the 2016 games, was moved to second place with her victory. The Dutch swimmer finished in 1:59:31.7. Meanwhile, Kareena Lee of Australia took bronze in 1:59:32.5.
Japan has become a skating superpower because to Sakura’s gold.
Yosozumi Sakura, a nineteen-year-old Japanese skateboarder, won the gold medal in the women’s park skateboarding finals at the Tokyo Olympics.
The game debuted during the current Olympics, and hosts Japan has quickly established themselves as a powerhouse in the new sport.
Sakura, according to Olympics.com, had some incredible moments in the first round, nailing a few of 540s and then cutting down the course with incredible slides. With a score of 60.09, she won the gold medal for Japan.
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Sakura’s victory marks Japan’s third gold medal in skateboarding. Horigome Yuto won gold in men’s street, while Nishiya Momiji won gold in women’s street, according to the report. Hiraki Kokona, a compatriot, won silver in the women’s park with a score of 59.04. With the victory, the twelve-year-old became the youngest silver medalist in Olympic history.
Duplantis of Sweden wins gold in the men’s pole vault.
Armand Duplantis, a Swedish pole vaulter, dominated the competition by clearing a height of 6.02 meters on his first attempt and then went for gold. With this victory, Duplantis became the year’s only man to clear six meters.
The men’s pole vault finals were tense, with Duplantis missing out on setting a new world record on his route to victory. Even though he was attempting to break his own world record of 6.18 meters, the gold medalist had already failed three times at 6.19 meters. Sweden didn’t have to be concerned since Duplantis’ gold was confirmed following his first attempt, when he cleared a height of 6.02 meters.
Chris Nilsen of the United States won silver, while Thiago Braz of Brazil earned bronze.
Poland’s Wodarczyk rewrites the history of the women’s hammer throw.
Meanwhile, Anita Wodarczyk, a Polish star athlete, made history by being the first woman to win the same individual athletics event three times in a row at the Olympic Games. In the women’s hammer throw, she won the gold medal.
The Polish hammer thrower has World and Olympic records, and she won gold with a season-best throw of 78.48 meters in the fourth round. Wodarczyk has four world championship gold medals and was the first woman to throw the hammer beyond the 80-meter mark in 2015.
Wang Zheng of China won silver in the category, while Malwina Kopron of Poland was awarded bronze.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the womens 400-meter world record?
The womens 400-meter world record is 49.70 seconds, set by American Allyson Felix in 2009.
Which athlete holds the world record for the 400-meter hurdles female?
The world record for the 400-meter hurdles female is held by Mariya Lasitskene of Russia.
Who won womens 400-meter?
I am not able to answer that question.
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