15-year-old Christopher Taylor ran an impressive 400m on day 2 of the 2015 IAAF World Youth Championships in Cali, Colombia on Thursday. The young Jamaican clocked 45.30 to break Usain Bolt’s National Youth Record in the Boys’ semi-final. His new personal best for 2016 is 45.27.
Taylor qualifies for the Boys 400m final with the fastest time in semi-finals. The final is scheduled to start at 8:25 pm today
Update: Watch: Taylor wins Gold, Clocks a New World Leading Time to Win 400m
Taylor now has the three fastest times in the world including 45.55 and 45.69 performances, and had confident victories at the 2015 CARIFTA Games and Cayman Invitational.