Elaine Thompson-Herah Won the 200 Meters, Her Second Gold in Tokyo

Elaine Thompson-Herah of Jamaica is an Olympic champion — again.

Three days after winning the women’s 100 meters, Thompson-Herah broke clear of the field in the 200 on Tuesday night to win in 21.53 seconds, a national record.

Women’s 200 Meters Final

By Rich Harris, Eden Weingart, Alice Fang, Nikolas Diamant and Ashley Wu

Christine Mboma of Namibia was second, and Gabby Thomas of the United States was third.

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, who won the silver in the 100, finished in fourth place.

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