Kahmari Montgomery Runs World Leading 400 Meter Time

Kahmari Montgomery clocked a world-leading 45.04 performance to successfully defend his 400m title at the American Athletic Conference Indoor Championships in Birmingham, Alabama, on Saturday (23).

Montgomery, a student at the University of Houston who took a surprise victory at last US national championships, dominated the race, winning by more than a second-and-a-half from teammate Jermaine Holt, who clocked 46.79. The performance elevated the 21-year-old to No. 12 on the all-time indoor list.
Montgomery's previous best indoors was 45.24, set last year. Outdoors, he's clocked 44.58, also in 2018.

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