Sydney McLaughlin Gets Big Congrats from Aaron Rodgers After World Record Finish

Sydney McLaughlin receives big congratulations from Aaron Rodgers after World Record Finish originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago
The world was watching Sydney McLaughlin as she completed her record-breaking finish in the women's 400-meter hurdles at the Tokyo Olympics on Tuesday, including an athlete who knows a thing or two about competing on the big stage.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers tweeted a celebratory message at McLaughlin after the race.
The 21-year-old athletics star defeated American Dalilah Muhammad in a highly anticipated women's 400m hurdles final on Tuesday evening at the Olympic Stadium.
McLaughlin broke her own world record with a time of 51.46 and won gold. Muhammad also beat McLaughlin's previous world record with 51.58, but it was only enough for her to achieve silver.
McLaughlin entered the race as the world record holder, while Muhammad entered the race as the defending champion.
McLaughlin set the previous world record time of 51.90 against Muhammad at the US Olympic Trials in June and also set a better time than Muhammad in the semifinals in Tokyo.
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