For the 2nd consecutive year, BVI's Kyron McMaster won the IAAF 400m Hurdles Diamond League Trophy in Zurich, Switzerland on Thursday, August 30.
McMaster crossed the line in a time of 48.08, narrowly beating the world champion, Norway's Karston Warholm who placed 2nd in 48.10.
"I have been growing a lot. I really enjoyed every experience I have been through. I feel good about today's race. But I am very tired of course. It went exactly how I wanted. I got a good rhythm,"McMaster said following the race.
McMaster was the 2017 Diamond League Champion when he won the race in a time of 48.07.
The 2018 Diamond League finals was McMaster's 7th major international competition this year and follows on from his latest 1st place finishes at the CAC Games in Barranquilla, Colombia on July 31 with a time of 47.6 and the NACAC Track and Field Championships in Toronto, Canada on August 10 with a championship record time of 48.18.
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