Eugene Wanda Diamond League Women’s 1500m North American Official Result

United States’ athletes placed first – third in the women’s 1500 metres North America race. Rebecca Mehra crossed the finish line in 4:06.35 seconds ahead of her teammate Sage Hurta. Sage finished second in 4:07.50 while Danielle Jones also took the third position in 4:08.45 seconds. There were other foreign nationals who competed in the race.

Venue: Eugene, Oregon, United State

Date: Friday, 21 August 2021

World Lead (WL): Faith Kipyegon (Kenya), 3:51.07, 09.07.2021

Diamond League Record (DLR): Genzebe Dibaba (Ethiopia), 3:50.07, 17.07.2015

Meeting Record (MR): Faith Kipyegon (Kenya), 3:56.41, 28.05.2016

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Eugene Wanda Diamond League Women’s 1500m North American Official Result.

POS NAME TIME COUNTRY
1 REBECCA MEHRA 4:06.35 UNITED STATES
2 SAGE HURTA 4:07.50 UNITED STATES
3 DANIELLE JONES 4:08.45 UNITED STATES
4 NIKKI HILTZ 4:09.27 UNITED STATES
5 SARA VAUGHN 4:09.68 UNITED STATES
6 ELEANOR FULTON 4:09.85 UNITED STATES
7 DANIELLE ARAGON 4:10.02 UNITED STATES
8 MARAT PEN FREITAS 4:10.90 PORTUGAL
9 JULIANNE LABACH 4:11.74 CANADA
10 FEDERICA DEL BUONO 4:12.30 ITALY
11 ALLIE WILSON 4:14.82 UNITED STATES
  NIA AKINS DNF UNITED STATES
  ALEXA EFRAIMSON DNF UNITED STATES

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