FREEPORT, Grand Bahamas – Christopher Taylor ran the fastest race of his life to win the men’s 400m final at the NACAC Open Championships here at the Grand Bahamas Sports Complex in Freeport.
Christopher Taylor, who took control of the race early, was clear of his rivals coming into the home stretch. He stretched the lead down the straight to cross the line in 44.63, which is also a new championship record.
Taylor beat his previous lifetime best of 44.79, set at the Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games.
Fellow Jamaican Nathon Allen, with a very strong final 100-metre, finished second in 45.04. American Bryce Deadmon finished third in 45.06.
Men’s 400 Meters
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