McLaughlin breaks world 400m hurdles record again

American Sydney McLaughlin has broken the world record in the women's 400 metre hurdles yet again after clocking an astonishing 51.41 seconds at the US National Trials in Eugene, Oregon on Saturday. 

McLaughlin had a distant victory, as she took 4 hundredths of a second off her own record mark beating Britton Wilson 53.08 into second and Shamier Little 53.92 seconds into third.

In other notable results from the US trials, world record holder Kendra Harrison won the sprint hurdles in a world- leading 12.34 seconds, while Michael Norman won the 400m in a world leading 43.56 seconds.

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