#TokyoGoldRush | Thompson Herah claims historic back-to-back sprint double
Jamaica's Elaine Thompson Herah has created history once more at the Tokyo Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.
Thompson Herah became the first woman to win back-to-back double sprint titles when she followed up her 100m win on Saturday with a win in the 200m final on Tuesday.
Thompson Herah clocked 21.53 seconds, the second fastest time ever recorded and a national record, to defeat Namibia's Christine Mboma, who ran a World Under 20 record of 21.81s for second.
The USA's Gabrielle Thomas took bronze in 21.87s, while the other Jamaican in the race, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, was fourth in 21.94s.