tokyo summer olympics 2021

Tokyo Summer Olympics 2021: Watch Megan Tapper in the Women’s 100 Meters Hurdles

Megan Tapper bubbled to the surface at the Summer Olympic Games 2021. This dynamic athlete took the bronze medal in the Women’s 100M Hurdles.

Along with Hanlse Parchment from Jamaica, they showcased talent and perseverance.

Watch Jamaica’s Megan Tapper in Women’s 100M Hurdles

Megan also stunned the world in her post-interview by rapping Nicky Minaj’s song. Check out the interview below.

Full Interview

What is Jamaica’s Medal Count?

Jamaica increased its medal count to 8 and is ranked 19th. The women have performed very well overall; however, there is a lot of work to be done on the quality of male sprinters that are left in the post Usain Bolt era.


Sport Event Medal Medal
Hansle Parchment ATH Men’s 110m Hurdles 1 Gold Medal
Elaine Thompson Herah ATH Women’s 100m 1 Gold Medal
Elaine Thompson Herah ATH Women’s 200m 1 Gold Medal
Jamaica (Briana, Elaine, Shelly-Ann and Sherika) ATH Women’s 4 x 100m Relay 1 Gold Medal
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce ATH Women’s 100m 2 Silver Medal
Ronald Levy ATH Men’s 110m Hurdles 3 Bronze Medal
Sherika Jackson ATH Women’s 100m 3 Bronze Medal
Megan Tapper ATH Women’s 100m hurdles 3 Bronze Medal

Daily medal count and country rank at Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

  1. Day 10 – Tokyo Summer Olympics 2021: Day 10 Country Rank and Medal Count
  2. Day 11 – Tokyo Summer Olympics 2021: Day 11 Country Rank and Medal Count
  3. Day 12 – Tokyo Summer Olympics 2021: Day 12 Country Rank and Medal Count
  4. Day 14 – Tokyo Summer Olympics 2021: Day 14 Country Rank and Medal Count

Stay tuned for more from the Tokyo Summer Olympics 2021.


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