Not a distance that many folks probably care about but still …
apparently Amos and Kitum will race in Russia and attack the record.
The record is 1:15.12, last year Ksczot ran 1:15.26 on the same track they will run on.
The two will also be chasing Casimir Loxsom’s World Junior record of 1:16.92.
Kitum has run 45.94 so he has good 400 speed and Kitum has run 1:45.96 indoors so he has experience running undercover.
Assuming they are healthy they should give it a good go.