Sydney McLAUGHLIN

Sydney McLAUGHLIN - U.S.A. - Gold & silver at 2019 World Championships & 2020 Olympics.

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 02 October 2019

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    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Saturday, 07 August 1999
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      New_Brunswick, U.S.A.
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Sydney McLAUGHLIN - U.S.A. - Gold & silver at 2019 World Championships & 2020 Olympics.

Twenty year old Sydney McLaughlin winning her semi-final of the 400m hurdles

in 53.81-  compared to Dalilah Muhammad's 53.91 in another semi; thus setting up

a classic final, which is what happened. Dalilah just won, by half a metre, in a new

World Record of 52.16 (beating her own recent record) and Sydney became the second

fastest woman in history in the event, with her own best time.

Seven days later Sydney won a gold medal: in the 4x400m relay.

 

Two years later the world record fell to Sydney. See below.

2019 World Athletics Championships. Doha, Qatar.

Final women's 400m hurdles.


 1.  Dalilah Muhammad  
  United States   
 52.16
  WR
 
 2.  Sydney McLaughlin   United States  52.23   PB
 
 3.  Rushell Clayton   Jamaica  53.74   PB  
 4.  Léa Sprunger   Switzerland  54.06   NR  
 5.  Zuzana Hejnová   Czech Republic  54.23    
 6.  Ashley Spencer   United States  54.45    
 7.  Anna Ryzhykova   Ukraine  54.45   SB  
 8.  Sage Watson   Canada  54.82
   


Sydney McLaughlin running the second leg for the United States in the final.

2019 World Championships. Doha, Qatar.

Final women's 400m hurdles.

 

 1. 
 U.S.A.  
 Phyllis Francis, Sydney McLaughlin,
 Dalilah Muhammad, Wadeline Jonathas
 3:18.92  WL      
 2.  Poland  Iga Baumgart-Witan, Patrycja Wyciszkiewicz,
 Małgorzata Hołub-Kowalik, Justyna Święty-Ersetic
 3:21.89  NR      
 3.  Jamaica   
 Anastasia Le-Roy, Tiffany James,
 Stephenie Ann McPherson, Shericka Jackson
 3:22.37  SB      

Sydney McLaughlin set a new women's 400m hurdles world record * with a time

of 51.90 in the final of the 2020 US Olympic athletics trials in Oregon, in June 2021.

Dalilah Muhammad was second in 52.42. Those times were beaten at the 2020 Olympics.


2020 Olympic Games. 3rd August 2021

Final women's 400m hurdles.


1.     Sydney McLaughlin    United States   51.46   World Record




2.
 Dalilah Muhammad  United States 51.58 PB
Beating world record*



3.
 Femke Bol  Netherlands 52.03
European Record




4.
 Janieve Russell  Jamaica 53.08
PB




5.
 Anna Ryzhykova  Ukraine 53.48




6.
 Viktoriya Tkachuk  Ukraine 53.79    PB




7.
 Gianna Woodruff  Panama 55.84





8.
 Anna Cockrell  United States DQ False start




 

Final women's 4x400m relay. 2020 Olympics.


 1. United States  
Sydney McLaughlin, Allyson Felix,
Dalilah Muhammad, Athing Mu
 3:16.85
 SB
 
 2.
Poland
Natalia Kaczmarek, Iga Baumgart-Witan,
Małgorzata Hołub-Kowalik, Justyna Święty-Ersetic  
3.20.53
 NR

 3.
Jamaica
Roneisha McGregor, Janieve Russell,
Shericka Jackson, Candice McLeod
3:21.24
 SB

 4.
Canada
Alicia Brown, Madeline Price,
Kyra Constantine, Sage Watson
3:21.84
 SB

 5.
Great Britain
Ama Pipi, Jody Williams,
Emily Diamond, Nicole Yeargin
3:22.59
 SB


On 25th June 2022 Sydney McLaughlin improved her World Record at the US

Championships in Oregan with a time of 51.41. Then at The Championships ran

even faster.  50.68 !


2022 World Atheltics Championships. Oregon, U.S.A.

Final of the women's 40 metres hurdles.



1.
Sydney McLaughlin    United States (USA)   50.68   World Record
 (51.41 her previous WR)


2.
Femke Bol Netherlands (NED) 52.27 SB



3.
Dalilah Muhammad United States (USA) 53.13 SB



4.
Shamier Little United States (USA) 53.76 (53.61 semi SB)


5.
Britton Wilson United States (USA) 54.02 (53.72 semi)



6.
Rushell Clayton Jamaica (JAM) 54.36 (53.63 semi PB)



7.
Gianna Woodruff Panama (PAN) 54.75 (53.69 semi AR)



8. Anna Ryzhykova Ukraine (UKR) 54.93 (54.51 semi)



 

 

2022 World Championships. Oregon, U.S.A.

Final women's 4x400m relay.


1.   
Talitha Diggs, Abby Steiner,
Britton Wilson, Sydney McLaughlin. 
3:17.79 
United States  
WL
Allyson Felix, Kaylin Whitney,
Jaide Stepter Baynes. All in semi


2.
Candice McLeod, Janieve Russell,
Stephenie Ann McPherson, Charokee Young.  
3:20.74
Jamaica
SB
Stacey-Ann Williams, Junelle Bromfield,
Tiffany James. All in semi


3.
Victoria Ohuruogu, Nicole Yeargin,
Jessie Knight Laviai Nielsen.
3:22.64
Great Britain & N.I. 
SB  
Ama Pipi in heat