The women’s 400 meters was a tough race, as Dalilah Muhmmed has the fastest time in the world, 52.64 in June 2017. In the final, Muhammed got out well and ran well, but Kori Carter, running on the outside, by herself, took the gold in 53.07 seconds. Muhammed took the silver in 53.50 and Ristananna Tracey took the bronze in 53.74.
A nice conversation on Kori Carters’s challenges and how she overcame them over the last couple of years. Kori has returned to coach Edrick Floreal, at the University of Kentucky.
Here’s the 400 meter hurdle presser, recorded by Mike Deering of the Shoe Addicts for RunBlogRun.