17 year Christine Mboma Set 400m World Junior Record

17 year Christine Mboma Set 400m World Junior Record

NAMIBIA – 49.22 for Christine Mboma in Windhoek.

17-year-old Namibian Athlete Christine Mboma set a new 400m World Junior Record U20 record with a stunning 49.24 seconds at the All-Comers meet in Lusaka, Zambia on Sunday, April 11.

The 17-year-old Mboma won the All-Comers 400m race in a new World Junior record time of 49.24 seconds, breaking the previous World Record of 49.42 by German athlete Grit Breuer from 1991.

Another incredible result produced Beatrice Masilingi, who is also a junior athlete. She finished in second place with a super-fast personal best time of 49.53.


Just a week after breaking the 400m World u20 record in Lusaka with a time of 49.24, Namibia’s teenager Christine Mboma did it again on Saturday April 17 in Windhoek (1,650m elevation). She won the national championships in 49.22, ahead of her training partner Beatrice Masilingi who came second in 50.05.

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July 2022
  1. Ibrahim, I’m proud of you. I pray you reach where ever you want to 🙏🏽🤲🏽📿 I hope to see you…

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