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World Athletics Championships: Two world records fall, U.S. wins three more golds on final night

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Tobi Amusan and Mondo Duplantis set new world records at the World Athletics Championships in Eugene, Oregon on Sunday. The Nigerian hurdler smashed the women's 100 metre hurdles world record clocking 12.12 seconds in the semi-finals before bettering herself with 12.06s in the final. The 22-year-old Swedish vaulter set a championship record with a 6.06m leap when he proceeded to clear the bar set at 6.21m at the second time of asking. The hosts closed the competition with two dominant victories in the 4x400 metre relays.
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World Records broken at the World Athletics Championships

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World Athletics Championships Sunday highlights: Final night ends with pair of world records

On an electric final night, Armand Duplantis and Tobi Amusan reset the word record book in the pole vault and 100 hurdles, respectively.

4 months ago·Eugene, United States
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