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Cooper Teare winning the 2022 USATF Outdoor Championships 1500m
Cooper Teare winning the 2022 USATF Outdoor Championships 1500m (photo by Jane Monti for Race Results Weekly)

Duplantis clears 6.16m in Stockholm for highest ever outdoor vault

Global champions Yaroslava Mahuchick and Malaika Mihambo were beaten into fifth place in their respective events, while the injury-troubled Marcell Jacobs was a no-show in the men’s 100m, but Sweden’s biggest athletics star lived up to expectations on home soil at the Bauhaus Galan. “It is extra special,” said Duplantis whose previous season’s best and world lead was the 6.02m he cleared in Oslo on 16 June. “I wanted to come here today and do something special.

Armand Duplantis of Sweden in action during the final of the Men’s Pole Vault the BAUHAUS-Galan Stockholm 2022, part of the 2022 Diamond League series at Olympic Stadium on June 30, 2022 in Stockholm, Sweden. (Photo by David Lidstrom/Getty Images)
Sydney McLaughlin 400m hurdles world record at USA Outdoor Championships
Sydney McLaughlin sets 400m hurdles world record at USA Outdoor Championships
Shericka Jackson of Jamaica in Rome Diamond League (Photo Getty Images)

So Fast!

Sydney McLaughlin breaks 400m hurdles world record for the 3rd time – 51.41 secs, at USA Outdoor Championships

Olympic champion Sydney McLaughlin smashed the women’s 400m hurdles world record for the 3rd straight championships after clocking 51.41 secs at USA Outdoor Championships this past weekend.

Shericka Jackson runs a blistering 21.55 seconds to set the third-fastest 200 meters time in history at the Jamaica National Championships on Sunday (26). She defeated Olympic champion Elaine Thompson-Herah!

Abby Steiner held the world lead prior to Jackson’s super run after the Kentucky NCAA star clocked a PB of 21.77 secs to win the 2022 USATF Championships 200m title at Hayward Field. Noah Lyles was also fast, going 19.67 to win the men’s race of Erriyon Knighton, who ran 19.69.


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Blessing Okagbare of Nigeria runs in the 100m

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