Warholm is making up for Eugene’s fatal memory with an exhibition in Budapest

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Warholm is making up for Eugene’s fatal memory with an exhibition in Budapest

the norwegian Karsten Warholm bounced back from last year’s loss in Eugene with a victory at 400 hurdles World Cup in Budapestafter completing a perfect race with enough reason to enter the finish line several meters ahead of his rivals.

Thirteen months ago, in Eugene, Warholm, handicapped by muscle problems, finished seventh in the World Cup finals and was unable to revalidate the crown he won in London 2017 and Doha 2019 in the 400 hurdles.

For this year, he thoroughly prepared himself by studying rivals such as Alison dos Santos, who won in Eugene and showed that he is ready to enter the golden book of champions, although the Brazilian’s surgery in February denied him a good preparation to compete for medals in Budapest, finishing fifth in the final.

With a packed stadium and all capacity sold out for its 35,000 seats, Warlhom was given no option for any surprises. He did it just minutes after the defeat of the Norwegian expedition by Jakob Ingebrigtsen in the 1,500, returning the smile to his countrymen.

The 27-year-old Norwegian celebrated his third world championship by winning in a time 46.89. second is Kyron McMaster, from the exotic British Virgin Islands, who slipped into the second box of the podium with 47.34 in front of Rai Benjamin (47.56)who after Eugene’s silver was left again with the desire to listen to the song of the Frenchman with the golden metal around his neck.

Source: La Verdad

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