Thank you for joining us for the second episode of our four-part, USC Olympian Virtual Speaker Series. We are extremely excited about the group that came together as they truly represent some of the best athletes in the history of track and field. They are great ambassadors for USC, and each one has an inspiring story to share.
Due to a scheduling conflict we recorded the interview yesterday morning. To view, please visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJOLBcImJD4&feature=youtu.be
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Join Olympians Allyson Felix, Andre De Grasse, and Nia Ali, and Dalilah Muhammad as they discuss their Olympic Journey and what role USC has played in their lives! Olympian and USC Assistant Coach, Quincy Watts will be the host!
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Dalilah Muhammad is the reigning Olympic and World champion in the 400m hurdles and holder of the world record in the event with a time of 52.16 set at the 2019 World Championships. Muhammad was a three-time All-American in the 400m hurdles while at USC from 2009-12, finishing as high as third. She also earned All-America honors in the 4x400m relay in 2009. Muhammad won the 2016 Olympic gold medal with a time of 53.13 in the finals, becoming the first American woman to win the event at the Olympics. Muhammad first set the world record in the 400m hurdles in winning the 2019 USA T&F title with a time of 52.20 on July 28, 2019, then lowered it to 52.16 in storming to the World Championship title on Oct. 4, 2019. Muhammad is a five-time USA 400m hurdles champion and is only the second female in history to have won the 400m at the Olympics, World Championships and set a world record in the event.