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Athing Mu becomes first American woman to win 800m, keeps win streak alive

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Nigeria's Tobi Amusan won the women's 100-meter hurdles with a finish of 12.06 seconds. The previous world record was 12.20, set by American Kendra Harrison in 2016. The final had too much wind for the time to count as a new record.
4 months ago

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World Athletics Championships 2022: Athing Mu Clinches 800m Gold

The 20-year-old Mu was forced to dig deep to hold off UK's Keely Hodgkinson in a thrilling battle down the final straight at Eugene's Hayward Field before taking gold in a world-leading 1min 56.30sec

4 months ago·India
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Aggie Athing Mu becomes first-ever American woman to win 800M gold at World Championships

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4 months ago·United States
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Athing Mu becomes first American woman to win 800m, keeps win streak alive

Athing Mu won the women's 800m at the 2022 World Track and Field Championships, holding off Great Britain's Keely Hodgkinson in a thrilling sprint.

4 months ago·Stamford, United States
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Tobi Amusan wins historic World Athletics Championship gold for Nigeria

World 100m hurdles record holder, Tobi Amusan, in the early hours of Monday (Sunday in Oregon), won the women’s 100m hurdles gold at the World Athletics Championships in Eugene, Oregon. And she did it by going faster than the 12.12s world record time she ran in the semi-finals, but her 12.06s in the final wasn’t […]

4 months ago·Nigeria
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Nigeria’s Tobi Amusan ends record-setting day with women’s 100-meter hurdles gold at World Athletics Championships

Nigeria’s Tobi Amusan ended the final sprint event of the World Athletics Championships with another stunning finish. Amusan won the women’s 100-meter hurdles with a finish of 12.06 seconds.

4 months ago·Portland, United States
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American Athing Mu makes history in women’s 800 meter final at World Athletics Championships

Athing Mu held off Great Britain’s Keely Hodgkinson in a sprint through the finish line to become the first American to win a women's 800 world title.

4 months ago·Eugene, United States
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