Runner Breanna Clark won gold in the women’s 400 meters in the T20 classification at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games on August 31, setting a new world record in the process with a time of 55.18 seconds. (The T20 classification is a sport class for intellectual impairment, according to World Para Athletics.)

Yuliia Shuliar of Ukraine won a silver medal (56.19 seconds) and Jardenia Felix Barbosa da Silva of Brazil won a bronze medal (57.43).

Oh, and that world record she broke? It was her own. Read More