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#ReturnToLondon: Kemar Mowatt only Jamaican in 400m hurdles final

Published:Monday | August 7, 2017 | 3:13 PM
Mowatt crashes into a hurdle as he competes in London

Kemar Mowatt is the only Jamaican to qualify for the final of the men’s 400-metre hurdles at the World Championships in London.

Mowatt was placed fourth in his semi final in a time of 48.66 and booked his spot as one of the fastest losers.

The race was won by American Kerron Clement in 48.35 seconds.

Jaheel Hyde, the former World Youth champion, failed to advance after finishing third in his semi-final.

The race was won by American T J Holmes in a time of 49.13 seconds.

The other Jamaican in the event, Ricardo Cunningham, finished eighth in his semi-final in 50.54 seconds.

The race was won by Abderrahaman Samba of Qatar in 48.74 seconds.