With enough controversy to last a year, the Jamaican male sprinters, Yohan Blake, Nickel Ashmeade, Julian Forte and Warren Weir choose to play it safe in qualifying for the men’s 200 meters finals. It will be run on Sunday, July 3, 3016 at the National Stadium, in Kingston Jamaica.
Having been disqualified from the men’s 100 meters finals, Julian Forte came blazing out of the blocks and proved that he was a contender for the gold medal.
Yohan Blake wins men’s 200m heat 3
Nickel Ashmeade wins men’s 200m heat 2
Julian Forte wins men’s 200m semis heat 1
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