Sydney McLaughlin broke the 400m hurdle world record for the fourth time over the most recent 13 months,

timing 50.68 seconds to finish her prize case with her most memorable big showdowns gold decoration in the occasion.

She broke her past record from a month prior of 51.14.

"We thought we'd have the option to go somewhat quicker [than 50.68]," she told Lewis Johnson of NBC Sports. 

"Yet, we're really appreciative with that time. Anything under 51 was a success for us."

Since June 2021, she brought the world record down from 52.16 to 50.68. She is nine tenths of a second quicker than the second-quickest lady ever,

countrywoman Dalilah Muhammad, who took bronze behind Dutchwoman Femke Bol in Eugene, Oregon, on Friday.

McLaughlin, 22, turned into the second-most youthful olympic style events competitor in history to possess the three greatest awards in a singular occasion 

Olympic gold, world title and world record. Just Ethiopian distance sprinter Kenenisa Bekele held each of the three at a more youthful age.

McLaughlin superseded Usain Bolt as the second-most youthful individual to finish the triple by merely days.

McLaughlin likewise paired Edwin Moses' accomplishment of breaking the 400m obstacles..

world record multiple times over a profession, however Moses required seven years to make it happen.