Elaine Thompson-Herah led a historic Jamaican sweep for back-to-back Olympic women’s 100 metres gold, clocking the joint-second fastest time in history.
Thompson-Herah pulled away in the closing stages as she ran 10.61 seconds to beat Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce.
Fraser-Pryce had been bidding to become the first woman to win the blue riband race three times.
She had 10.74 and Shericka Jackson completed the first-ever sweep by one country in the event in a personal best 10.76.
Only American world record holder, Florence Griffith-Joyner, has run faster than Thompson-Herah with her world record 10.49 seconds in 1988.