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Dalilah Muhammad took first in the 400-meter hurdles in The Prefontaine Classic on Saturday. Without rival Sydney McLaughlin on the track, Muhammad ran to a new meet record, recording a time of 52.77.

Muhammad finished well in front of the competition, with Shamier Little clocking in at 53.79 for second place and Gianna Woodruff running a 54.20 for third.

The 31-year-old American adds the Prefontaine gold medal to her silver from Tokyo.