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    She is the youngest woman in history to hold Olympic and world titles in an individual track and field event. At the age of 19, Mu won the gold medal in the 800 meters at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, breaking a national record set by Ajeé Wilson in 2017, and a continental under-20 record.

  2. Jun 25, 2024 · Track and field officials denied Athing Mus appeal after the 800 American record-holder stumbled and fell to the track during the first lap of the final on Monday night.

  3. Aug 3, 2021 · At the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo on Tuesday Mu won gold in 1 minute, 55:21 seconds, setting a new American record. It bested Keely Hodgkinson of Great Britain, who clocked a 1:55:88 to win the ...

  4. Jun 25, 2024 · Athing Mu, the defending Olympic gold medalist in the 800-meter race, tripped and fell during trials Monday, ending her bid to make the U.S. team headed to the Paris 2024 Olympics.

  5. Aug 3, 2021 · Athing Mu wins the 800 meters with a dominant performance. The 19-year-old won with a time of 1:55.21, a new national record and her personal best time.

  6. Jun 25, 2024 · Mu broke NCAA records at Texas A&M, captured Olympic gold in the 800 and the 4x400-meter relay in 2021 and validated that with a win on U.S. soil at World Championships the following year....

  7. Feb 17, 2023 · Three years have passed since Athing Mu was last beaten in an 800-meter race. In that time, she’s been crowned American champion, Olympic champion and world champion in the distance – all before...

  8. Jun 25, 2024 · Mu went down. Dramatic final in the #TrackFieldTrials24 women's 800m. American record-holder Athing Mu falls 200m into the race and Nia Akins wins, running the fastest time of her life...

  9. Jun 25, 2024 · Athing Mu’s hopes of defending her 800-meter title at the Paris Olympics ended in heartbreaking fashion on Monday as she fell to the floor at the US track and field trials.

  10. Aug 3, 2021 · USA's Athing Mu storms to women's 800m gold. The 19-year-old set a national record of 1:55.21 to become Olympic champion. British teenager Keely Hodgkinson wins the silver, with the USA's Raevyn Rogers winning bronze.

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