Dalilah Muhammad is married to her husband, Imam Askia Muhammad. She is an American track and field athlete who specializes in the 400 meters hurdles.
Dalilah won the gold medal at the 2019 World Championships, setting the current world record with 52.16 seconds.
Muhammad was also a 2013, 2016, and 2017 American national champions.
She won gold in the 400 meters hurdles at the 2016 Summer Olympics. She is only the second female 400-meter hurdler in history to have won the Olympic and World titles and broken the world record.
Who is Dalilah Muhammad’s Husband?
Dalilah is married to her husband, Imam Askia Muhammad.
There is no detailed information available on her wedding.
Her husband, Imam, is an Administrative Chaplain for Islamic Affairs for the Dept. of Corrections. He is also a member of Local 299.
Detailed Biography Of Dalilah Muhammad
Official Wikipedia features Dalulah’s biography.
She competed in various track and field events at high school, including the hurdles, sprints, and high jump.
She won the 400-meter hurdles at the 2007 World Youth Championships. She also won silver at the 2013 World Championships and 2017 World Championships.
In college, she ran for the USC Trojans. While in Trojans, she was a four-time All-American at the NCAA Outdoor Championships.
She does it again. 🤩
— Team USA (@TeamUSA) June 28, 2021
Dalilah Muhammad’s Net Worth Revealed
The net worth details of Dalilah are still under review.
She makes money as an athlete. Likewise, her salary details are also not included in the public domain.
Know About Dalilah Muhammad’s Family
Dalilah was born on February 7, 1990, to her parents Nadirah and Askia Muhammad.
Her parents are part of a Muslim American family.
Her parents are committed public workers and members of DC 37. Both of them have spent decades working for New York City in their respective roles and are pivotal to the communities they serve.
Dalilah’s mother is an SSEU Local 371 member. She has worked for 16 years at the Administration for Children’s Services Queens field office as a Child Protective Specialist.