Eugene Wanda Diamond League Women’s 800m Official Result

United States’ Athing mu won the women’s 800m race. The reigning Olympic gold medalist in the 800 metres and the 4×400 metres produced a great performance. Mu runs a national record, world lead, and a meeting record in 1:55.04. Her teammate Kate Grace won finished second in 1:57.60 seconds while Jamaica’s Natoya Goule also produced a sensational time in 1:57.71 to clinch the third position.

Venue: Eugene, Oregon, United States

Date: Friday, 21 August 2021

World Lead (WL): Athing Mu (United States), 1:55.21, 03.08.2021

Diamond League Record (DLR): Caster Semenya (South Africa), 1:54.25, 30.06.2018

Meeting Record (MR): Caster Semenya (South Africa), 1:55.70, 30.06.2019

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Eugene Wanda Diamond League Women’s 800m Official Result.

POS NAME TIME COUNTRY
1 ATHING MU 1:55.04 UNITED STATES
2 KATE GRACE 1:57.60 UNITED STATES
3 NATOYA GOULE 1:57.71 JAMAICA
4 RAEVYN ROGERS 1:58.01 UNITED STATES
5 KEELY HODGKINSON 1:58.30 GREAT BRITAIN
6 HALIMAH NAKAAYI 1:58.78 UGANDA
7 AJEE WILSON 2:00.21 UNITED STATES
8 JEMMA REEKIE 2:00.27 GREAT BRITAIN
9 SABRINA SOUTHERLAND 2:01.87 UNITED STATES
  KAYLIN WHITNEY DNF UNITED STATES

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