Video of Michael Norman’s 400m World Record and All the American and World Records at NCAA Indoors

By LetsRun.com
March 10, 2018

COLLEGE STATION, Texas — The 2018 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships concluded with world and American records galore.

In the span of roughly an hour, the men’s world record at 400m was broken, as well as the American records at 200m for men and 400m for women. The collegiate 200m women’s record was almost an afterthought, but was broken as well.

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Then the meet concluded with a world 4×400 record, set by Texas A&M even though they finished behind USC.

We’ve got an article on all the records here: World and American Records Tumble on the Greatest Night of NCAA Sprinting Ever , but below are videos of all the American and World records set on the track at the 2018 NCAA Indoors in the order they occurred.

Michael Norman 400m World Record

His 44.52 beat Kerron Clement’s previous record of 44.57.

Kendall Ellis American 400m Record

Ellis’ 50.34 breaking Phyllis Francis 50.46

Elijah Hall’s 20.02 Knocks Off Wallace Spearmon

Gabby Thomas of Harvard Breaks 200m Record of Bianca Knight

4×400 World Record
And finally we had the 4×400 where USC won but Texas A&M will have the world record as they have four people who can represent America.

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