The Latest: Warholm wins 400 hurdles, host Qatar gets medal

              FILE - In this Wednesday, April 9, 2014 file photo, former marathon world record holder Ethiopia's Haile Gebrselassie, poses for photographers at a hotel in London. Gebrselassie says it was wrong to hold the track and field world championships in Qatar and marathon runners could have died from the heat. The women’s marathon Friday, Sept. 27, 2019 started at midnight to dodge the worst of the heat in Qatar but was still held in humidity that made it feel like 105 degrees (40 Celsius). Twenty-eight of the 68 women dropped out and one was briefly hospitalized. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham, File)

DOHA, Qatar (AP) — The Latest on the track and field world championships Monday (all times local):

10.50 p.m.

Norway’s Karsten Warholm has defended his title in the 400-meter hurdles but fell short of world record pace, as Qatar celebrated its first medal for the home team.

Warholm went out fast and briefly looked capable of challenging Kevin Young’s 1992 world record of 46.78 seconds, but faded on the last bend and won in 47.42. Warholm celebrated his victory lap in a horned Viking-style helmet.

Rai Benjamin of the United States took silver in 47.66, while Abderrahman Samba delighted the Qataris in the sparse crowd with bronze in 48.03.