• Wayde Van Niekerk Smashes World 300m Record at Ostrava Golden Spike
» Wednesday, 28 June 2017
Article source: Athletics
World record holder and Olympic champion over 400m Wayde Van Niekerk of South Africa smashed the World 300m record during the 2017 Ostrava Golden Spike meeting on Wednesday, June 28.
The South African track and field super star, Van Nikerk, clocked a blistering 30.81to shave 0.04 seconds from Michael Johnson's previous 300m world record.
1 Wayde VAN NIEKERK
2 Isaac MAKWALA
3 Clarence MUNYAI
4 Pavel MASLÁK
5 Nery BRENES
6 Rafal OMELKO
7 Liemarvin BONEVACIA
8 Patrik ŠORM
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Watch Van Niekerk's Interview After breaking 300m World Record
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