Men’s 100M at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics come to a dramatic end, birth 10th fastest man of all time.

Updated: Aug 5, 2021

Zharnel Hughes of Britain was disqualified after making a false start at the final of the men’s 100M Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Enoch Adegoke of Nigeria's dream ended with injury. Lamont Marcell emerged as the gold medalist crossing the finish line with a time of 9.80 seconds, setting a new European record.

Zharnel Hughes, the British sprinter who specialises in the 100M believes that he can run 9.8 seconds if not 9.7 seconds at the men's final received the black and red card when he started the race at 0.150 seconds earlier.


Enoch Adegoke of Nigeria's dream ended with injury. The Nigerian sprinter who ran a life time best of 9.98 seconds, beating his personal record of 10 seconds during the Tokyo 2020 in the heat pulled up at the midway of the final due to injury, the sprint champion's exciting expedition came to a sad end.


The Men’s 100M at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics come to a dramatic end with Lamont Marcell emerged the winner at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. He won the gold medal crossing the finish line with a time of 9.80 seconds ahead of favorites Fred Kerley and Andre De Grasse. The Italian track and field sprinter and long jumper sets a new European record and as the 10th fastest man of all time.






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