Lamont Marcell Jacobs wins gold, Fred Kerley of the US takes silver, and Canada’s Andre de Grasse takes bronze.
Lamont Marcell Jacobs of Italy won the men’s 100 metres gold at the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday, breaking retired Jamaican star Usain Bolt’s 13-year hold on the event.
Jacobs, 26, timed a European record of 9.80 seconds, with American Fred Kerley taking silver in 9.84 seconds in one of the most understated major 100m races in recent times.
Canada’s Andre de Grasse, a bronze medallist at the 2016 Rio Games, repeated the feat in 9.89 seconds.
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