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That was the moment.ponders whether Muslims should be afforded constitutional freedoms. For all the latest Sports News, Related News Actor Emraan Hashmi, Only person who can walk away with some pride is the hero Sushant Singh Rajput. chemist shops or agriculture and handicraft-based trade would be allowed in the villages. Share This Article Related Article “I don’t believe in that (buffoonery),” what’s going on what’s going on and it gave me motivation to keep on pushing” The 24-year-old Van Niekerk leaned at the finish line which he really didn’t need to do as Kirani James of Grenada and LaShawn Merritt of the Unites States weren’t even in the picture James the defending Olympic champion finished with the silver and Merritt who won gold eight years ago in Beijing hung on for bronze as he staggered across the line Van Niekerk drove a wedge in the rivalry between James and Merritt at the world championships last August when he beat them both with such a lung-searing performance that he left the track on a stretcher Now he’s the fastest ever Instead of collapsing at the finish this time Van Niekerk dropped to one knee and put his head in his hands Moments later he draped the multi-colored South African flag around his shoulders and took off his spikes As he did so Van Niekerk pointed at the clock to make sure everyone saw his time Hard to miss It was that impressive Even Usain Bolt thought so seeking out Van Niekerk and congratulating him moments after the Jamaican won his unprecedented third 100 title The compliments kept on coming with Johnson a track and field TV analyst for BBC weighing in as well “Oh my God From lane eight a world record He took it out so quick” Johnson told the BBC “I have never seen anything from 200 to 400 like that “That was a massacre from Wayde van Niekerk He just put those guys away” They didn’t stand a chance James thought he possibly had enough in the tank to catch Van Niekerk around the final curve No way No one did This was really a race for silver with James easily holding off Merritt who had to dig deep to cling to the bronze “He just wouldn’t slow down” James said “Usually what happens is the last 100 (meters) guys start to slow down a little bit but he just kept going When you keep going like that obviously a record is going to fall” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News “I was running blind all the way, Dulal Lahiri, Unfortunately.

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