Olympic legend Sydney McLaughlin broke the 400 meters record at the United States Championship, breaking new ground in the history of the world disabled.
McLaughlin, the record holder of the Tokyo Olympics, finished the 400 meters hurdles with exactly 51.46 seconds. He broke his own world record at the US Championships and managed to write his name in the golden pages of history.
World champion once again
McLaughlin, who broke the 400-meter hurdles world record to 51.41, became his third victory in the world championships.
McLaughlin has 5 degrees in the women’s 400 meters hurdles. In his speech with the press after the race, the record holder athlete declared his happiness, “I was just going to finish the race. You know that anything is possible. I am very grateful for the record. I will continue to represent the United States of America.”