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Dublin native wins gold medal in sprint relay at World Athletics Championships

Dublin native wins gold medal in sprint relay at World Athletics Championships

Jack McLaughlin

Dublin’s own Abby Steiner is already a track and field standout, and her star continues to rise.

Alongside three other American sprinters, Steiner took home first place in the 4x100m relay at the World Athletics Championships, which was held July 14-24 in Eugene, Oregon.

The event, which features world-class athletes from 180 different countries, is held every two years.

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The American women bested Jamaican and German relay teams, which took second and third places, respectively. They won win a time of 41.14 seconds.

Steiner, who was a track and soccer star at Dublin Coffman High School, went on to run track at the University of Kentucky. She currently holds the American record for the women’s 200m, with a time of 22.09 seconds, as well as the NCAA record for the women’s outdoor 200m, with a time of 21.8 seconds.

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