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Katarina leads changing of world order

By The Assam Tribune
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DOHA, Oct 4: Katarina Johnson-Thompson deposed her great rival Nafissatou Thiam as heptathlon world champion on a night when two other 2017 titleholders also surrendered their crowns.

Johnson-Thompson�s victory could not be described as a shock but Salwa Eid Naser�s victory in the 400 metres caused shockwaves on Thursday. The 21-year-old Bahraini � who left 2017 champion Phyllis Francis trailing in her wake � recorded the third fastest time in history of 48.14 seconds. � AFP

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Katarina leads changing of world order

DOHA, Oct 4: Katarina Johnson-Thompson deposed her great rival Nafissatou Thiam as heptathlon world champion on a night when two other 2017 titleholders also surrendered their crowns.

Johnson-Thompson�s victory could not be described as a shock but Salwa Eid Naser�s victory in the 400 metres caused shockwaves on Thursday. The 21-year-old Bahraini � who left 2017 champion Phyllis Francis trailing in her wake � recorded the third fastest time in history of 48.14 seconds. � AFP

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