Don’t Try To Stop Laura Muir From Taking Her Victory Lap

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Great Britain’s Laura Muir won her first championship gold medal when she broke a 32-year-old European Indoor Championships record in the 1,500-meter race on Saturday.

But when it was time for Muir to take her victory lap, a game of chicken ensued between the 23-year-old runner from Scotland and a stringent official.