Dalilah Muhammad (born February 7, 1990 in New York City ) is an American hurdler who specializes in the 400 meter distance .
Muhammad won the 2007
World Youth Championships in Ostrava , and in 2009 she became US Junior Champion and Pan-American Vice Junior Champion. In 2013 she went to the World Athletics Championships in Moscow as US champion and won the silver medal there. Muhammad won her first gold medal when she crossed the 400 meter hurdles with a time of 53.13 s at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro . At the 2017 World Athletics Championships , like four years earlier, she won silver.
Muhammad won the 400 meter hurdles at the
US Championships in Des Moines in 2019 , setting a new world record with 52.20 seconds. Later that year she won her first World Championship gold with another world record at the World Championships in Doha. She won in 52.16 s in a duel against her compatriot Sydney McLaughlin , who achieved the third fastest time ever on this route in 52.23 s.
Dalilah Muhammad started at the
University of Southern California when she was in college .
100 m : 11.42 s, May 4, 2013, Los Angeles
200 m : 23.35 s, March 30, 2019, Palo Alto
400 m : 50.60 s, June 16, 2019, Chorzów
60 m hurdles (hall): 8.23 s, March 2, 2012, Fayetteville
100m hurdles : 13.33s, May 26, 2012, Austin
400 m hurdles : 52.16 s, October 4, 2019, Doha ( world record )
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