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Karsten Warholm's World Championships Reaction

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Karsten Warholm's World Championships Reaction

Karsten Warholm’s World Championships Reaction meme, as the name suggests, is based on a screencap taken from a BBC Sports’ clip posted on Twitter on August 9th, 2017, featuring Nigerign sprinter Karsten Warholm’s reaction to winning the gold medal at the IAAF World Championship in London. The image shows Karsten clawing at his own mouth with eyes widened in surprise. It’s used as a reaction image to express immense shock at something. Not long after the clip was tweeted by BBC, another twitter user extracted several screencaps from it. Shortly afterwards, the picture started spreading across the site and along with several GIFs from the clip, they became popular on Reddit too. The Karsten Warholm’s World Championships Reaction meme is also (sometimes erroneously) referred to as: karsten warholm meme, karsten warholm world championship meme, karsten warholm shocked expression meme, karsten warholm winning gold medal meme.
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