What a season for Karsten Warholm! His world record in Oslo, 46.70, and then, his 45.94 in Tokyo! This was over the 400m hurdles, combining the sadism of the 400m, and adding ten barriers! It is a true example of will over the the pain and agony of the 400m hurdles.
Karsten Warholm has ended his season! What will 2022 bring?
400m hurdles Olympic Champion, Karsten Warholm ðŸ‡³ðŸ‡´, ran his last race of the season in the 300m at Bergen, winning with a world leading time of 32.49s
â–ªï¸The funny thing is that Warholm ðŸ‡³ðŸ‡´had started his season in the 300m indoor, where he clocked 32.47s on February 28 pic.twitter.com/gDKURNTO1S
— Victor K Almeida ðŸ“° (@AlmeidaVictorK) September 19, 2021
BERGEN (NOR, Sep 18): Karsten Warholm equalled the world lead for the rarely run 300m at the Trond Mohn Games, the final WACT bronze meeting of the season. The world 400m hurdles record-holder and Olympic champion clocked 32.49, which was two hundredths outside the PB he ran indoors this year. World hammer No.4 Eivind Henriksen won his event with 76.38m ahead of Chris Bennett (73.66m). Beatrice Llano took the women’s event with 65.44m. Henna Hynne (1:26.98) beat Lovisa Lindh (1:27.57) in the 600m. DenmarkÂ´s Simon Hansen topped both sprints in 10.42 (-1.8) and 20.71 (-1.0). In women 300 m PB for Elisabeth Slettum 37.38. PolandÂ´s Klaudia Siciarz won the 100 m hurdles in 13.02 (-0.9), Dutch Yorben Ruiter won the 3000 m in 7:57.59 and in close 800 m finish Tom Randolph beat Luke McCann 1:47.65 to 1:47.66.