Karsten Warholm is a Norwegian athlete who competes in the sprints and hurdles. He has won gold in the 400 m hurdles at the 2017 and 2019 World Championships, and at the 2018 European Championships. He competed in the octathlon as a youth, winning gold at the 2013 World Youth Championships. Warholm holds the Norwegian record in the 400 m and the European record in the 400 m hurdles with times of 44.87 seconds and 46.92 seconds, respectively. Warholm's time of 46.92 seconds for the 400 m hurdles is the second fastest time in history, bettered only by Kevin Young's 1992 world record.
|Coached by:||Leif Olav Alnes|
|Personal best(s):||400 m hurdles: 46.92 (Zürich, 2019)|
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About Karsten Warholm
Norwegian runner who is famous for his career in the 400 meter sprint and hurdles events. He earned a gold medal in the 400 meter hurdles at the 2017 World Championships and European U-23 Championships.
He made his youth tournament debut in track and field in 2013 at the Norwegian Youth Indoor Championships. He won eight gold medals there.
He won silver in the 400 meter sprint event at the 2017 European U-23 Championships. He finished as a semi-finalist at the 2016 Summer Olympics in the 400 meter hurdles event.
He was originally born and raised in Ulsteinvik, Norway.
He competed against Kerron Clement at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Information related to Karsten Warholm
- Norwegian male hurdlers
- Norwegian decathletes
- Olympic athletes of Norway