• Jamaican star wins in 19.78sec but says disappointed not to run faster
  • Canada’s Andre de Grasse takes silver, with Christophe Lemaitre third
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Trinidad and Tobago’s performance at the Olympics should be analysed with a level head, acknowledgement of non-existent national sporting systems and within the context of its Olympic history.

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Is there anything Usain Bolt can’t do?

The Jamaican track star is not only the fastest man on the planet and a sensational Samba dancer— but he also takes gold medal-worthy selfies.

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Jamaican Usain Bolt has become an incomparable figure in Olympics history, leaving his mark in 2008, 2012, and now 2016. Bolt is the first male sprinter to hold the world record for both 100 meters and 200 meters in the fully automatic-timed era.

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United States's Kerron Clement finally became an Olympic 400m hurdles champion by taking gold in Rio.

The 30-year-old clocked 47.73 seconds to streak away from Kenya's Boniface Mucheru, who took silver, with Turkey's Yasmani Copello winning bronze.

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