Bahamian Devin Charlton (60m hurdles) and Briton Josh Kerr (2 mile) each set new indoor world records, while Elle St-Pierre set an American record in the indoor mile at the Millrose Games on Sunday. has been updated.
Charlton clocked 7.67 seconds at the New York City Games, shaving one-hundredth of a second off Sweden's Susannah Kallur's 2008 world record.
Charlton, a 28-year-old Purdue graduate, placed fourth in the 100-meter hurdles at the World Outdoor Championships last August.
Millrose game: complete results
Kerr sets world record in men's 2 mile
British runner Josh Kerr has made history by setting a new world record in the men's 2 mile with a time of 8:00.67. American runner Grant Fisher took second place, setting a new American record with a time of 8:03.62.
“It was a really disappointing feeling.” she said World championship results. “One of the first things I said to my coach when I got back to the warm-up area was, 'Now I have to break the world record indoors.' That's been a goal for a while.”
Kerr, the 1500m world champion, broke compatriot Mo Farah's world record over two miles with a time of 8:00.67. Farah ran a time of 8:03.40 in 2015.
Grant Fisher followed Kerr with a time of 8:03.62, breaking Galen Rupp's 2014 American record of 8:07.41.
St-Pierre lowered the American indoor mile record from 4:16.85 to 4:16.41. This was six-hundredths of the way from the U.S. outdoor record set by Nikki Hiltz on July 21 of last year.
St-Pierre (10th place), the top American athlete in the women's 1,500 meters at the Tokyo Olympics, returned this season after giving birth in March of last year.
Alicia Monson placed third in the women's 2 mile, breaking the American record with a time of 9:09.70. She beat St-Pierre's 2021 record of 9:10.28.
Fisher and Monson are both American record holders in the 5,000-meter and 10,000-meter outdoor events, which are Olympic distances (unlike the 2-mile).
American Yared Nguse won the men's mile in 3:47.83, one year after running the second-fastest indoor mile ever (3:47.38) at Millrose.
American Christian Coleman won the men's 60 meters in 6.51 seconds. Coleman in his 2018 he holds the world record of 6.34.
Coleman will face off against Noah Lyles at the USA Track and Field Indoor Championships in Albuquerque, New Mexico next week.
Lyles, the 100-meter world champion, became the world's fastest man in the 60-meter dash this year, clocking a time of 6.44 seconds at last Sunday's New Balance Indoor Grand Prix.
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St-Pierre sets American record in Wanamaker Mile
American Elle St-Pierre set an American record with a time of 4:15.41 to win the acclaimed Wanamaker Mile at the Millrose Games.