Devynne Charlton breaks 60mh world record with 7.67 at 116th Millrose Games
Charlton erased Susnna Kallur's 16-year-old WR by .01. Watch the race here.By LetsRun.com
NEW YORK – The 2024 Millrose Games is underway and the first event of the TV window started with a bang as Devynne Charlton of the Bahamas broke Susanna Kallur‘s 16-year-old 60-meter-hurdles world of 7.68 by running 7.67 to win. Charlton, who grabbed World Indoor silver in 2022 and was 4th in the 100mh last year outdoors, was only third last week in Boston in the 60mh in 7.76.
Her previous pb was 7.75.
Watch the race below:
🚨 WORLD RECORD 🚨
The Bahamas' Devynne Charlton breaks the world record in the women's 60m hurdles and the reactions say it all.
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