World Olympians Karsten & Elaine crowned as the “World Athlete Of The Year”

The Olympics Champions Elaine Thomposm Hera and Karsten Warholm was cornered with the World Athlete of the Year Award in the Female and Male category respectively on Wednesday, through a virtual ceremony.

The World Athletics Awards 2021 ceremony was conducted Virtually on Wednesday. At this event tonight Elaine Thompson-Herah was announced to be awarded as the Female World Athlete of the year and Karsten Warholm as the Male Athlete Of The Year.

Jamaica’s national Athlete Elaine Thompson-Herah, the fastest woman alive created history with her phenomenal performance this year. It is one of the finest sprint seasons registered in history by this greatest female sprinter of all the time this year. She continued with her Olympic 100m and 200m title in Tokyo and added a third gold medal in the 4x100m relay. On top of that, she even attains world-leading times of 10.54 and 21.53 over 100m and 200m over both distances, shifting her to the second-fastest in history.

Karsten Warhlom is a Norwegian athlete and the world Olympic Champion, who broke the 29-year-old world record in 400 meters hurdles with 46.70 in Oslo. He marked his performance as a remarkable one in the history of athletics when he raged towards the gold in the 400m hurdles, in the Tokyo Olympics. He claimed that gold it the capital of Japan by breaking his record, as he completed the race within 45.94 seconds.

The titleholder of the Rising star of the evening:-

The title of Female Rising Stars was owned by the 19-year-old American middle-distance teenager Athing Mu, who in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics won a gold medal in 800m and break Ajee Wilson’s record set in 2017’

Erriyon Knighton is another Athlete who was crowned as the Rising Star of the year but in the Male category. This 17-year-old athlete is America based male sprinter, who is specialized in the 100m as well as 200m. He is the record holder of world under18 and world under20 in 200m currently, with a time of 19.84.

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