Vice-world indoor champion in 2022, Charlton erases from the shelves the mark of 7'68 established by the Swede Susanna Kallur in 2008 in Karlsruhe, Germany.
“I knew I had it in me, but it took a lot to put this race together,” she commented. “I had good feelings in my preparation. I got the start I needed. I held on,” she continued.
With this performance, Devynne Charlton will naturally be the athlete to beat in this event at the Indoor Worlds next month in Glasgow.