Lovely Winners: US Hurdlers Break World Record, Win Gold and Silver at Olympics then Both Praise God and the USA

On Wednesday American hurdlers Sydney McLaughlin and Dalilah Muhammad both broke the previous world record in the 400-meter hurdles by nearly half a second. This is unheard of in track and field.

The race was billed as one to watch and the lovely American women did not disappoint. The fact that they are both extremely attractive and gracious made it even more memorable.

31-year-old Dalilah Muhammad is the former Olympic champion and world record holder. Sydney McLaughlin, who is only 21, held the world record she set recently at the US Olympic trials.

Dalilah, who battled COVID earlier this year, took off and led the race until the very end when Sydney McLaughlin outsprinted her in the final 20 meters. They both broke the previous world record by nearly half-a-second!

The two lovely athletes then spoke to NBC where they praised God and their country.
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