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Watch Jehue Gordon win gold at World Championships 400m Hurdles finals

Published: 
Thursday, August 15, 2013

Jehue Gordon has won gold in the men's 400 m hurdles at the IAAF World Championships in Moscow, Russia.

 

 

Gordon (47.69) upset race favourite Michael Tinsley of the US (47.70) to take first place in the event in an extremely close finish.

 

 

Third was Emir Bekric (48.05) of Serbia who beat Omar Cisneros of Cuba (48.12) into fourth.

 

 

Gordon became the country's second athlete to earn gold at the World Championship.

 

 

The first was Ato Boldon, who won the men's 200 metres in 1997.

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