Oyogist has learned that Italian sprinter, Lamont Marcell Jacobs, has emerged winner of the 100-m race at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Jacobs is now the world’s fastest man, taking the spot held for the past 13 years by the now-retired Usain Bolt.
Jacobs won the Olympic 100-m sprint on Sunday evening in Tokyo in 9.80 seconds, earning him the coveted title of “world’s fastest man.”
He is first Italian man in history to win the 100 m.
It’s incredible,” the 26-year-old said in English after the race. “My real dream is arrive here and run a final. We run a final and we win a final. It’s amazing. I have no words (to) describe this moment.”