Norway’s 400m hurdles gold medal winner Karsten Warholm launched a rant against Nike’s ‘bull****’ spike technology after winning one of the greatest Olympic races of all time on Tuesday. Warholm, 25, smashed his own world record but only just fought off the challenge
Norway’s Karsten Warholm ripped his shirt in celebration as he broke his own world record in the 400-meter hurdles on Tuesday at the Tokyo Olympics. Warholm narrowly beat Team USA’s Rai Benjamin to claim the gold medal and set the new mark.
Norway’s Karsten Warholm SMASHES his own world record to win gold in a thrilling 400m men’s hurdles final… seeing off America’s Rai Benjamin, who ALSO broke the previous record By Jonathan Spencer For Mailonline Published: 23:29 EDT, 2 August 2021 | Updated:
Norway’s Karsten Warholm breaks 29-YEAR-OLD 400m hurdles world record in front of his home crowd in Oslo, running 46.70 to beat 1992 Olympic champion Kevin Young’s previous best of 46.78 By Press Association Published: 18:52 EDT, 1 July 2021 | Updated: 20:02