Women's Running

Dalilah Muhammad

Near the end of each year, Dalilah Muhammad, Olympic and world champion in the 400-meter hurdles, takes some time to envision the next one. In that process, she picks a power word to guide her. Or rather, one chooses her. “It’s something that literally comes to me, something I truly feel internally,” she says.

Heading into 2019, she had her sights firmly set on medals and records. With young up-and-comer Sydney McLaughlin nipping at her heels, Muhammad, 30, wanted to secure her legacy

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