Day 5 Olympic Track Podcast Recap and Video Show: Karsten Warholm 45.94, Athing Mu 1:55.21 Gold

July 30, 2021 to August 08, 2021

by LetsRun.com
August 3, 2021

Here what the athletes are saying in Tokyo.
Karsten Warholm won possibly the greatest Olympic race ever won in a 45.94 over Rai Benjamin in the morning session and then Athing Mu ran 1:55 to break the American record and get gold at 800, and Elaine Thompson Herah ran the best non FloJo time ever.
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by LetsRun.com
August 3, 2021

Day 5 is in the books from the Tokyo Olympics and the LetsRun.com crew breaks it all down.
Karsten Warholm won possibly the greatest Olympic race ever won in a 45.94 over Rai Benjamin in the morning session and then Athing Mu ran 1:55 to break the American record and get gold at 800, and Elaine Thompson Herah ran the best non FloJo time ever.
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