Tokyo Olympics 2020: Fred Kerley Wins Silver In The Men’s 100m Final For The United States

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The flag of the United States of America is flying high in the sky of the 2020 Summer Olympics games in Tokyo, Japan. A new generation of Olympic medal winners has emerged. Fred Kerley represents team USA.

Fred Kerley has just won the Silver for the United States in the Men’s 100m final just 0.04s behind Marcell Jacobs, the winner with 9.80s. Both setting their individual best records.

Fred Kerley is officially an Olympic medalist in the Men’s 100m. He is accomplishing his dream of this year’s Olympic Games. Fred Kerley shocked many when announced this year that he would focus on the 100m and 200m sprints and away from the 400m.


Fred Kerley. Image credit, Twitter

Fred Kerley won the silver with a personal best of 9.84 after winning the semifinals with 9.96s/m

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