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First Asian man makes the cut in world's 100m final race

Tony 2015-08-24 10:22:30
                                 First Asian man makes the cut in world's 100m final race

Chinese sprinter Su Bingtian made history on Sunday by becoming the first Asian athlete to appear in the men's 100m final at the world athletics championships.

With the huge crowd at the Bird's Nest keeping their fingers crossed and hoping for a miracle, Su delivered a national record-tying result of 9.99 seconds in the semifinals to qualify as one of the nine fastest men in the world.

Jamaica's world and Olympic champion Usain Bolt clocked 9.79 to win gold, while Justin Gatlin of the US took silver (9.80) and Canada's Andre De Grasse and Trayvon Bromell of the US tied for bronze (9.92).

(Chinese sprinter Su Bingtian embraces the national flag after finishing ninth in the men's 100m final at the world championships on Sunday. Xu Jingxing )