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• 6 Women Break 54sec in 400mH at USA Championships

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The women's 400m hurdles final at the USA track and field championships on Sunday saw three women break 53 seconds and other three go sub-54-seconds making it the fastest 400m hurdles race in history. 

The 27-year-old Rio Olympics Champion Dalilah Muhammad won the race in a new personal best of 52,64 seconds. Shamier Little shaved 0.76 seconds from her PB to win second place in 52.75 seconds, while Kori Carter concluded the podium in a new PB 52.95sec. 

The top three women will represent the United States at the London World Athletics championships in August.

Women's 400m Hurdles final results

1 Dalilah Muhammad 	52.64	
2 Shamier Little 	52.75
3 Kori Carter 		52.95	
4 Ashley Spencer 	53.11
5 Georganne Moline 	53.14
6 Sydney McLaughlin 	53.82	
7 Jaide Stepter 	55.06	
8 Anna Cockrell 	55.14	
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