Eugene Wanda Diamond League Women’s 1500m Official Result

The Olympic Medalist Faith Kipyegon continue her dominance in the women’s 1500m. Faith lead the race from start and finished in meeting record in 3:53.23. Australia’s Linden Hall finished second in 3:59.73 and Josette Norris from the United States placed third in 4:00.07. The Eastern African countries have been dominating in the middle distance running for the past decade.

Venue: Eugene, Oregon, United States

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

Wind:

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

POS NAME TIME COUNTRY
1 FAITH KIPYEGON 3:53.23 KENYA
2 LINDEN HALL 3:59.73 AUSTRALIA
3 JOSETTE NORRIS 4:00.07 UNITED STATES
4 WINNIE NANYONDON 4:00.72 UGANDA
5 SHANNON OSIKA 4:01.16 UNITED STATES
6 GABRIELA DEBUES-STAFFORD 4:01.74 CANADA
7 TIGIST KETEMA 4:02.44 ETHIOPIA
8 HELEN SCHLACHTENHAUFEN 4:02.78 UNITED STATES
9 EDINAH JEBITOK 4:04.32 KENYA
10 CAIA SABBATINI 4:04.55 ITALY
11 JESSICA HULL 4:05.33 AUSTRALIA
12 LAURA MUIR 4:05.92 GREAT BRITAIN
13 WINNY CHEBET 4:29.00 KENYA
  CHANELLE ORICE DNF UNITED STATES

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