Jamaica’s Natoya Goule tried her best to unseat defending champion and American record holder Ajee Wilson in the women’s 800m at the Millrose Games 2020 at the Armory in New York.

Goule led the field until 720m before poster girl Wilson, who shadowed her throughout, made a decisive kick and pulled away to win in a new American record of 1:58.29; chopping 0.31 seconds off her previous best.

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