United States field and track runner Sydney McLaughlin set the world record for the 400-meter hurdles at the Olympic trials on June 27. McLaughlin, who is now competing at the Tokyo Olympics, gave all the credit to the Lord, saying she “is in awe of God.”
The 21-year-old athlete ran the 400-meter hurdle in 51.90 seconds, breaking another runner’s previous 52.16-second record.
Here’s her Instagram post below:
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