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Jamaica’s Parchment wins gold in men’s 110m hurdles

Publication date 05 August 2021 | 19:38 | ICT

Jamaica’s Hansle Parchment trumped fading world champion Grant Holloway to win the men’s Olympic 110m hurdles gold on Thursday.

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