Italy’s Jacobs won the men’s 100 million gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics | Olympic News
Lamont Marcell Jacobs won the gold medal, Fred Kerley of the United States won the silver medal, and Andre de Grasse of Canada won the bronze medal.
Italian player Lamont Marcel Jacobs won the men’s 100m gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday, breaking the right to host the 13-year event of retired Jamaican star Usain Bolt.
26-year-old Jacobs set a European record of 9.80 seconds, and American Fred Klee won the silver medal with 9.84 seconds, which is one of the most recent low-profile major 100 million events.
Canada’s Andre de Grasse, the bronze medalist at the 2016 Rio Olympics, repeated this feat with a time of 9.89 seconds.
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