Dalilah Muhammad (born February 7, 1990)  is an American track and field athlete who specializes in the 400 meters hurdles. She is the 2016 Rio Olympics champion  and 2020 Tokyo Olympics silver medalist, becoming at the latter the second-fastest woman of all time in the event with her personal best of 51.58 seconds. 
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Dalilah Muhammad A star on the track and in the field. Olympic gold medalist, mentor to young athletes, and champion for the rights of Muslims. Muhammad was born in 1990 to Muslim parents in Jamaica, Queens, New York. She began running as a child and has shown no sign of slowing her pace.
Aug 03, 2021 · August 3, 2021 Dalilah Muhammad is a track and field athlete from the United States who specializes in the 400-meter hurdles. She was a gold medalist at the 2016 Rio Olympics and established the former world record with a time of 52.16 seconds at the 2019 World Championships. Currently, she is selected to compete at the Summer Olympics 2020.
- 31 Years
- Jamaica, Queens, New York, USA
- February 7, 1990
- Dalilah Muhammad
Muhammad to miss US trials, rest injury for World 400m hurdles defense
Dalilah Muhammad, the reigning 400m hurdles world champion and gold medallist at the 2016 Rio Olympics, will miss the US trials with a hamstring injury that she expects to be healed in time for her title defense.
AFP via Yahoo
5 days ago
Feb 07, 1990 · Dalilah MUHAMMAD Country United States Born 07 FEB 1990 Athlete Code 14317560 Age 32 Athlete Representative Daniel ESCAMILLA Honours Summary 2 x Olympic Games Gold medallist 1 x Olympic Games Silver medallist 2 x World Championships Gold medallist 2 x World Championships Silver medallist More Honours World Rankings Personal Bests Seasons Bests
Dalilah is the second female 400m hurdler in history to have won the Olympic Games (2016) and World Championships (2019) titles - and broken a world record (2019). At the Olympic Games in 2021, she won silver in the 400m hurdles and gold with the US 4x400m relay team. Athletics It takes hard work and sacrifice to win gold.