Saruni runs second fastest indoor 800m in history

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Michael Saruni wins the 800m at the Millrose Games NEW YORK, United States, Feb 10 – Kenya’s Michael Saruni ran the second-fastest indoor 800 meters in history, winning in 1:43.98 at the Milrose Games on Saturday. Saruni’s effort was second only to the indoor world-record time of 1:42.67 set by Denmark’s Kenyan-born Wilson Kipketer in Paris at the 1997 World Indoor Championships. “Oh man, it’s crazy,” Saruni said. “I trained hard for this moment. I just had to do it.” Donavan Brazier was sec...