Home favourite Samba looks for glory in 400m hurdles Final on Monday

DOHA, Qatar’s athletics star, Abderrahman Samba will compete in the Men’ 400m hurdles Final of IAAF World Athletics Championships at Khalifa International Stadium in Doha on Monday.

On Monday, it will be a three-way battle for the Men’s 400m hurdles gold medal as home favourite, Samba will face USA’s Rai Benjamin and reigning champion Karsten Warholm.

It is worth mention that , Qatar’s Abderrahman Samba comfortably moved into the final of the 400m hurdles after finished second at the IAAF World Athletics Championships on Saturday.

On other hand, the newly crowned world 100m champion Christian Coleman has withdrawn from the 200m at the World Championships, the United States Track and Field Federation confirmed Sunday.

US sprinter Coleman, who blasted to a brilliant gold medal in the 100m on Saturday, had been due to take part in the heats of the 200m.

However a revised start list for the event at the Khalifa Stadium showed the American’s name absent. A USATF spokesman later confirmed Coleman was not racing the event but would be available for the relays. No reason for his 200m withdrawal was given.

Source: Qatar Olympic Committee

Home favourite Samba looks for glory in 400m hurdles Final on Monday

DOHA, Qatar’s athletics star, Abderrahman Samba will compete in the Men’ 400m hurdles Final of IAAF World Athletics Championships at Khalifa International Stadium in Doha on Monday.

On Monday, it will be a three-way battle for the Men’s 400m hurdles gold medal as home favourite, Samba will face USA’s Rai Benjamin and reigning champion Karsten Warholm.

It is worth mention that , Qatar’s Abderrahman Samba comfortably moved into the final of the 400m hurdles after finished second at the IAAF World Athletics Championships on Saturday.

On other hand, the newly crowned world 100m champion Christian Coleman has withdrawn from the 200m at the World Championships, the United States Track and Field Federation confirmed Sunday.

US sprinter Coleman, who blasted to a brilliant gold medal in the 100m on Saturday, had been due to take part in the heats of the 200m.

However a revised start list for the event at the Khalifa Stadium showed the American’s name absent. A USATF spokesman later confirmed Coleman was not racing the event but would be available for the relays. No reason for his 200m withdrawal was given.

Source: Qatar Olympic Committee