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U.S. Shot Put Athlete Breaks Olympic Record In His First Major Competition

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athlete Ryan Crouser broke the Olympic record and took gold in the men's shot put final on Thursday in his first major competition.

The 23-year-old set three personal records including his longest throw of 22.52 meters which broke the previous record set by East Germany's Ulf Timmermann. U.S.

athlete Dalilah Muhammad also took the gold medal Thursday in the women’s Olympic 400m hurdles..

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U.S. Shot Put Athlete Breaks Olympic Record In His First Major Competition

U.S. athlete Ryan Crouser broke the Olympic record and took gold in the men's shot put final on Thursday in his first major competition.

The 23-year-old set three personal records including his longest throw of 22.52 meters which broke the previous record set by East Germany's Ulf Timmermann.

U.S. athlete Dalilah Muhammad also took the gold medal Thursday in the women’s Olympic 400m hurdles.




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