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    ¶2019 wWC 400H: Dalilah Muhammad (US) 52.16 WR
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    1. Dalilah Muhammad (USA)
    2. Sydney McLaughlin (USA)
    3. Zuzana Hejnová (Czech R)
    4. Rushell Clayton (Jamaica)
    5. Léa Sprunger (Switzerland)
    6. Ashley Spencer (USA)
    7. Kori Carter (USA)
    8. Anna Ryzhykova (Ukraine)
    9. Janieve Russell (Jamaica)
    10. Sara Slott Petersen (Den)
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    Race of the women's side (for me). I'll take either M, but since I think this is the big coming-out party for Mondo and Syd as Athletes of the 20s Decade, I say SM in a WR.
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    Mclaughlin wins in a new PB.
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    First ever sprint tie to the thousandth?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fortius19 View Post
    First ever sprint tie to the thousandth?
    not gold but 2008 OG women's 100 had a tie for 2nd
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    Quote Originally Posted by Juicy News View Post
    Mclaughlin wins in a new PB.
    I second this!
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    McLaughlin a very easy 54.45 in her heat
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    Damn ... she just jogged a 54.45.
    "Run fast and keep turning left."
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    Carter DNF injury
    In retrospect USATF should have used McLaughlin’s DL win as the wild card and let a much fitter little on the team
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    Muhummad wins her heat in a very easy 54.84
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