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ATHING MU ENDS A 53-YEAR DROUGHT FOR GOLD, SYDNEY MCLAUGHLIN LOWERS HER WR, MONDO SCARES THE WR + CHRIS RAN TODAY

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The kids are alright! The evening session of day 5 did not disappoint with a jam-packed schedule that included four finals. In this episode, Chris, Kyle and Dana unpack a near world record by Mondo Duplantis who finally wins gold, 19-year-olds racing to 800-meter perfection in Athing Mu and Keely Hodgkinson and the golden 100/200 double by Elaine Thompson-Herah.

The evening session back in the United States featured a long-awaited clash between Sydney McLaughlin and Dalilah Muhammad as a rematch of the U.S. Olympic Trials.

More things discussed include:

– Never dount the championship mindset of Anita Wlodarczyk

– Why Joe Kovacs made Chris sweat a little bit in the first round of the men’s shot put

– We need to figure out Ivy league school has the most Olympic track medals?

– How good did all three American men in the 200-meter semifinal look

– Major takeaways from the first round of the men’s 5,000 meters

– Why we need to watch Chris Nielsen vs. Sam Kendricks for years to come

– Athing Mu is already talking about world records and doubling at the 2024 Olympics in Paris

+ Much more

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