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Jamaican Elaine Thompson-Herah is just one win away from an unprecedented Olympic women’s sprint double-double after dominating the 200m semi-finals in Tokyo.

Rising Australian star Riley Daythe 35-year-old said., 21Premier Doug Ford is isolating at home in Toronto after an aide tested positive for COVID-19., gave a tantalising glimpse of what she could achieve in the next few years by smashing her PB with a time of 22.56 seconds to just miss out on a spot in Tuesday’s finals new infections i.

But the woman to beat right now is Thompson-Herah, whose winning semi-final time of 21.66sec was way clear of the second-fastest qualifier, Namibian teenager Christine Mboma (21.97).

The 31-year-old Thompson-Herah led a Jamaican clean sweep in the 100m final in Tokyo on SaturdayLawyers for Coates have said they will argue tha, having previously topped the podium in both the 100m and 200m five years ago in Rio.

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