Nawaf bin Mohammed crowns the best in the 400 hurdles

Prince Nawaf bin Mohammed, Vice President of the International Association of Athletics Federations, crowned the gold, silver and bronze stars in the final of the women’s 400m hurdles, which achieved the first three places in the competition, which took place in the athletics competitions at the Tokyo Olympics.

The contest saw thrill, excitement and great strength, and American Sidney McClain starred to take first place. in a time of 51.46 seconds, beating the record World Cup for this competition registered to his name. Rio Janeiro Olympics 2016 AD, and Dutchman Fimki Paul finished third and won the bronze medal with a time of 52.02 seconds.

His Highness attended the coronation, member of the International Association of Athletics Federations, former world Olympic star Nawal Al-Mutawakel.

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