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Kentucky Track phenom Sydney McLaughlin shatters 400H collegiate record

The Wildcat freshman just broke the record for the fastest 400M Hurdle time in collegiate history with 52.75.
In the process, McLaughlin destroyed the World U20 time and broke Shamier Little’s time of 53.21 set at the 2013 NCAA Championships to become No. 13 on the all-time world list.
At 52.75, McLaughlin is just 0.41 seconds away from becoming the fastest woman hurdler in the world.
Here is the footage:

And another angle:

Oh, and she’s just 18.

Enjoy her while you can, Big Blue Nation. Before long, Nike is going to send McLaughlin a blank check and beg her to turn professional.

The Cats have a legend in the making.

Article written by Jack Pilgrim

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7 responses to “Kentucky Track phenom Sydney McLaughlin shatters 400H collegiate record”

  1. 1stkatman

    Sydney will likely break the worlds record before she leaves Kentucky. When are the Olympics. She is going to be all over the record there too.
    Fantastic world class athlete!

    1. runningunnin.454

      July 2020.

  2. UKgraduateandfanforlife

    Kentucky is very proud of her. Outstanding accomplishment.

  3. runningunnin.454

    Wow, that looks effortless; outstanding.

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  5. ClutchCargo

    That is some seriously smooth running. It’s just unbelievable how easy she makes it look.

  6. AllBlueAllDay

    Are we just going to act like the girl in the outside lane in the first video didn’t eat s***?