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Watch: Norway's Karsten Warholm Wins Gold in Men's 400m Hurdles, Breaks His Own World Record

Karsten Warholm of Norway celebrates after winning gold and setting a new world record

The Norwegian hurdler ran a WR 45.94 to win a gold medal at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. The previous record was set by Warholm in early July.

Norway's Karsten Warholm has won gold in the men's Olympic 400mH on Tuesday, breaking his own world record.

Warholm finished in 45.94 seconds in the final and improved his own achievement of a month ago - 46.70.

American Rai Benjamin won silver (46.17), and Brazil's Alison dos Santos took bronze (46.72).

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