My mind is blown! Do you know how hype I am? Wow and she is a Jersey girl! This is beyond ðŸ¤¯ https://t.co/Us9vGbKmVl
— Hazel Clark Mac OLY (@hazelclarktv) April 18, 2021
Athing Mu has been pretty impressive for the last few years. This season at Texas A & M has showcased the amazing talent of Athing!
Now she cranks out a WL 1:57.73!
Athing Mu 1:57.73 WL, U20 AR
1500m ain’t outside her range ðŸ˜@athiiing adds a fifth school record and first outdoor school record to her resume.
ðŸ¥‡ 4:16.06 pic.twitter.com/qMtPxQcI5N
— Texas A&M Track & Field/Cross Country (@aggietfxc) April 3, 2021
WACO (USA, Apr 16-17): Athing Mu claimed a world 800m lead and PB with 1:57.73 (negative splits 59 and 58), also fastest U20 time since 2014, 8th all-time U20 mark, and U20 area record at the Michael Johnson Invitational. Second Alliyah Miller 2:00.87. Gabrielle Thomas got sprint double 11.21 (+1.5) and 22.92 (+1.9) over Morolake Akinosun 11.23 and Briton Jodie Williams 23.23. Chanel Brissett posted a windy 12.85 (+2.3) in the hurdles and PanamaÂ´s Gianna Woodruff clocked 56.22 in the 400 m hurdles. Liberian record holder Emmanuel Matadi posted 10.12 (+1.4) in the 100 m and Zach Bradford went over 571 in the pole vault.