HansleJamaica’s Hansle Parchment won. Parchment of Jamaica has won a surprise gold award within the men’s 110m obstacles final. Finishing the race in 13.05 seconds requires the Olympic title.
Material blasted past solid top choice Grant Holloway, the USA’s world winner and second-fastest man ever within the occasion. To require cause one of the greatest upsets of Tokyo 2020. Holloway. Who started quickly but was run down over the ultimate two obstacles. Came home moment in 13.09 seconds with a Jamaican competitor taking a moment spot on the platform after Ronald Levy finished third in 13.10.
The 31-year-old Parchment, who came moment within the 2015 world championships in Beijing and third at London 2012, presently contains a moment Olympic decoration to include to his trophy cabinet. In any case, this one will surely take pride input as the 195cm-tall Jamaican secured an important victory at the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo.
The new Olympic champion was elated after the race: “The greatest feeling, the greatest feeling,” he said. “I’ve worked so hard. It’s unbelievable that I caught this guy (Grant Holloway). I’m really grateful.
“Certainly. There are so many here, Allow here for the occasion, and that’s an inspiration for me. I indeed sat and observed (other competitors) to move forward how I take my training times.
“I don’t think a lot of people expected me to win.”
Grant Holloway: Jamaica’s Hansle Parchment won
Holloway, who maintained his beaming grin after the race in spite of the finishing moment, expressed his joy at winning an Olympic decoration, indeed in spite of the fact that it wasn’t the result he had trusted for. Jamaica’s Hansle Parchment won
“Everybody knows I’m going to get out strong. Now it just comes to a point where I’ve got to finish strong.
“I did it once when I was two shaves (0.02s) off the world record so I know I can do it.
“I just think the nerves, the big atmosphere got the best of me a little bit. But I’m young, I’ve got a lot of races under my belt so I’ll take this with a grain of salt and I keep moving forward.
“This was not the outcome that I wanted but it enables me to say I’m an Olympic medallist.”