• Warholm Clocks New Norweagian 400m Indoor Record
» Friday, 25 January 2019
Article source: Athletics
Karsten Warholm broke his own Norwegian record by 0.03 seconds and set a new World lead with 45.56-second performance in the 400m at the inaugural KW International indoor meet on Friday (25).
In the process, the-22-year-old World and European Champion over 400m hurdles, Warholm, defeated 3-time World Indoor Champion Pavel Maslak of the Czech Republic, who finished in a distant second place in 47.10 seconds.
"Fantastic to record both records. That means I'm in good shape. It's extraordinary to win at home," Warholm said after the race against NRK.
Some 400 spectators were present at "Karsten Warholm International".
Men's 400m results (Karsten Warholm International 2019)
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