Jamaica’s Elaine Thompson-Hera won the doubles in the girls’ Olympic sprint for the second time in a row. After winning gold in the 100m sprint, he won gold in the 200m sprint today. He took 21.53 seconds.
Thompson-Hera seemed confident running from the start. But in the last 30 meters, 18-year-old Namibian sprinter Christian Emboma challenged him well. He won the silver medal with a time of 21.61 seconds.
Gabby Thomas of the United States was already in the discussion at this event. He, however, won the bronze. He took 21.94 seconds. However, Shelley-Ann Fraser Price, who won 100 meters, became the fourth.