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Men & # 39; s 100-meter dash: Lemont Marcel Jacobs won gold with 9.80 seconds - Walla! Tokyo 2020 Olympics


Great drama in the semi-finals: the amazing Chinese Sue with 9.83, the Italian Mont Jacobs with 9.84 and the favorite for gold not even in the final with 10.00

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Men & # 39; s 100-meter dash: Lemont Marcel Jacobs won gold with 9.80 seconds

The Italian set the highest score of any European continent ever and won an amazing gold medal ahead of Fred Carly and Andre de Grasse.

Gold for Italy also in the high jump with Gianmarco Tambri who shared a medal with Mutash Barshim


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The Israeli national judo team celebrates winning a medal (Amit Shissel, Olympic Committee)

Four finals will be held today (Sunday) in the athletics competitions at the Tokyo Olympics.

The women’s iron ball throw final got the day off to a very early start and now we get a very respectable dose of quality athletics that includes a men’s high jump final and of course the men’s 100m, after the drama in the semi-finals.

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What a dream day for Italy in athletics!

Jacobs (Photo: Reuters)

Men & # 39; s 100 m Finals

Gold Medal:

Lamont Marcel Jacobs (Italy), 9.80 seconds

Silver Medal:

Fred Carly (USA) - 9.84

Bronze Medal:

Andre de Grass (Canada) - 9.89

What a result.

Bingtian Sue (Photo: Reuters)

Men & # 39; s 100 m Semifinals

The first assignment was delayed by a few minutes after British Reese Prescoud was disqualified. American Fred Carly won with 9.96 seconds and advanced to the finals along with Canadian Andre de Grass, bronze medalist Mario who set a time of 9.98 this time. On Tuesday came Kenyan Ferdinand Omorwa who set a national record with 10.00 and will wait for the other results. He was ahead of veteran Johan Blake, who finished just Friday.

In the second semi-final the winner was the British Zarnel Hughes, who set a season record of 9.98 and defeated the American Tribune Brommel, who set exactly 10 seconds and missed in the photo finish the second place to the Nigerian Anok Adaguka. Brommel, who was the favorite for gold and rose from the qualifiers just as one of the good losers, was left out of the final.

The third semi-final was the best, led by Chinese Bingtian Su who won with 9.83 seconds and set an amazing Asian record. Ronny Baker joined him with the same result and personal record, with Marcel Lemonti of Italy (European record of 9.84) and South African Akani Symbina (9.90) also emerging as the best losers.

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Tribune Brommel (Photo: GettyImages, Matthias Hangst)

Men's High Jump Final

After a bronze medal in London and a silver medal in Rio, Motash Barshim is finally also an Olympic champion.

The Qatari did not shine this year in the not many competitions in which he participated, his results of the year stood at 2.30 meters, but today he ascended at the right moment and passed all heights on the way to 2.37 meters.

At the same time, the Italian Janmarco Tambri reached 2.37 meters without disqualification and so it happened that they both won the gold medal together.

Belarusian Maxim Ndescau passed 2.37 meters himself, but settled for a bronze because he had sculpted before.

Gold shared with Tambri.

Barshim (Photo: Reuters)

Ladies & # 39; PGS Semifinals

Puerto Rican Jasmine Kamacho-Quinn left dust on all her competitors in the third semi-final and stopped the clock on an amazing result: 12.26 seconds, an Olympic record and only 6 hundredths of a world record.

The US-born runner, equaled the fourth fastest result of all time. World champion Kendra Harrison, did not convince, but reached the final with 12.51 seconds. Christina Clemons stayed out, which means the US will not be able to recreate the podium sweep Mario 2016 anyway .

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