18th Aug 2016
For the first time ever in Olympic history, the U.S. women have swept the medals in the 100 meter hurdles. And, what about this? The female trio are the first to ever sweep any event in Olympic history!
Matt Norlander of CBSSports.com provides the official, winning times, “Brianna Rollins won gold, crossing in 12.48. Nia Ali's 12.59 was good for silver, and most dramatically, Kristi Castlin had a superb surge in the final 15 meters to hit the line in 12.61 -- barely beating out Great Britain's Cindy Ofili (12.63) for the bronze.”
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