She had set her sights on the Russian Olesya Krasnomovet-Forsheva's world best record of 1.06.31 from Yekaterinburg in 2006. We are talking about a world best record and not a world record.

- I am super happy that it worked so well, says Bol, a specialist in the 400 meter hurdles, to World Athletics.

It is the furthest she will run this winter.

- I don't plan to run longer than 500 meters.

Now I'm going to run a couple of 400 meters before the European Indoor Championships (Istanbul at the beginning of March), says Bol.

400 m hurdles are not run indoors.

McLaughlin's first 60 meter race

To get an idea of ​​how good the time is - it is a passage of 400 meters in 52.50 at a completely even speed and then continue another 100 meters at the same pace.

The reigning 400m hurdler, Sydney McLauglin, ran her very first 60m indoors.

She placed fifth in her trial heat in 7.33 and did not reach the final.

World 200m champion Shericka Jackson also sharpened her speed form by running 7.34 – also fifth in her heat and out of the final.

Aleia Hobbs won the final in 7.02.

World 200m champion Noah Lyles set a personal best when he won the 60m in 6.51 – the same time but two thousandths ahead of runner-up Trayvon Bromell.

- I have been waiting for this personal record for a long time, says Lyles.

To the results.