Sydney McLaughlin breaks world record at USATF Champs

Sydney McLaughlin broke the world record in the 400m obstacles for the third time somewhat recently, this time at the USA Track and Field Outdoor Championships.

The Olympic Champion timed 51.41 seconds in Eugene, Oregon, bettering her past record of 51.46 from the Olympics.

McLaughlin has brought the record down from 52.16 in the last year.

Anything is possible any time I step on the track,” said McLaughlin

McLaughlin's incredible mentor, Bob Kersee, said that McLaughlin will ultimately go to the level 400m and pursue that (37-year-old) world record.

McLaughlin’s sights are on those worlds, also in Eugene, where she will bid to complete her collection with a first world title.

“I’m just learning the race in general. As I’ve progressed over the years I’ve learned the 400m hurdles,”

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