• Óscar Husillos 45.92 NR in 400m Highlights Spanish Championships Day 2

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Óscar Husillos broke the Spanish 400m indoor record highlighting the day 3 of the Spanish indoor championships in Salamanca on Sunday, Feb. 19.

The 23-year-old Spaniard Husillos, surprised everyoneand himself at the Spanish indoor championships in Salamanca as he clocked a massive personal best and Spanish record of 45.92 to win the 400m final.

 Husillos put himself as a possible medal contender for the upcoming European indoor Championships in Belgrade in March. The Spaniard´s mark now sits in #2 position in Europe behind the world indoor champion Pawel Maslak of Czech Republic who clocked 45.80 in Torun. 

Until last year Husillos was more of a 200m runner. His personal best times were quite modest; 20.92 in 200m (2016) and only 48.86 in 400m from 2015 season. Husillos emerged as a serious 400m runner this  indoor season after he produced a decent indoor personal best time of 46.73 seconds on Feb. 10 in Valencia. 

Men´s 400m Final Results

1  HUSILLOS Oscar   45.92 NR

2  GARCIA Samuel 46.35 

3  BUA Lucas 46.94

4  UJAKPOR Mark 47.15

5  ECHEVERRY Darwin Andres 47.20

6  ROJO Guillermo 48.33

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