Femke Bol wins for the third year in a row in the 400 meters hurdles at the Diamond League Finals | Other sports

With videoFemke Bol has taken the final victory in the Diamond League for the third time in a row. The world champion won the 400 meter hurdles at the Diamond League Final in Eugene, America. She did that in a time of 51.98 seconds.

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On August 24 in Budapest, Bol became world champion in the 400 meters hurdles in 51.70, her second best time ever. She ran her best time ever on July 23 at the Diamond League in London with a European record of 51.45 seconds.

Bol once again finished the Diamond League undefeated in the 400 meter hurdles. In Eugene, Bol was again well ahead of the American Shamier Little (53.45) and Rushell Clayton of Jamaica (53.56) with a strong final sprint. It is the same stage as at the World Championships in Budapest in August, where Bol won the world title in the 400 meters hurdles for the first time in her career.

The 23-year-old athlete from Amersfoort has been undefeated in the 400 meter hurdles in the Diamond League since August 2020. She won in Eugene for the nineteenth time in a row. Earlier this season she was already the best in the competitions in Florence, Oslo, Lausanne, London and Brussels.

Femke Bol. © Pro Shots / Johan Manders

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