The Norwegian who broke Kevin Young's 29-year world mark in 400m hurdles last month with a time of 46.70 seconds blew his own record away with an astonishing 45.94 run.
The former Punjab age-group cricketer went down in record books as the first player to score a century while batting at No. 8 in One-Day International cricket.
During her college days, she converted the hobby of hacking friends' IDs into her profession and now she is training people in cybercrime.
Bjornsson broke the record previously held by Briton Eddie Hall who in 2016 became the first man to lift 500 kg.
American-born Swede Duplantis broke Frenchman Renaud Lavillenie's record of 6.16m set in February, 2014, in Donetsk, Ukraine.
Dressel shaved 0.32 seconds off Michael Phelps' former 100m butterfly stroke record of 49.82 set at the 2009 Worlds in Rome.
The two-time 400m world champion has picked up a bone bruise in his right knee that has set back his training by five to six weeks.
The Jharkhand left-arm spinner ran through the Rajasthan batting line-up with figures of 10-4-10-8.