Lamont Marcell Jacobs wins gold for Italy in men’s 100m sprint | Olympics 2020

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Italy’s Lamont Marcell Jacobs set a new European record on Sunday as he claimed a shock victory in the men’s 100m at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic games.

His win of 9.80 seconds saw him finish 0.04 seconds ahead of the USA’s Fred Kerley in second and 0.09 seconds ahead of Canada’s Andre De Grasse in third.

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