The Usain Bolt-shaped whole in the men’s 100m Olympics final has been joined by a Trayvon Bromell silhouette. The pre-Games favorite failed to get through the semi-finals, leaving it to anybody’s guess as to who will take today’s gold medal. Who will be crowned the fastest man on the planet? Find out by reading on as we explain how to get a 100m sprint final live stream and watch the Tokyo 2020 Olympics athletics online from anywhere – including where you can watch absolutely free of charge.
If there’s one event you always absolutely have to watch at the 2020 Olympics, it’s the 100m sprint. It’s the shortest event of the Games but the one that sears itself into everyone’s memories – 10 screaming, pulse-raising, fist pumping seconds of sport boiled down to its purest form
Usain Bolt dominated the event since Beijing 2008 and world athletics is still waiting for his successor to announce himself. Team USA’s Trayvon Bromell was widely tipped to take gold, but failed to break 10 seconds earlier today and missed out on the final eight.
Ronnie Baker (USA), Akani Simbine (South Africa) and Andre De Grasse (Canada) are still three to watch, but China’s Su Bingtian came from nowhere to post the best time of the Tokyo Games so far – an all-time Asian record of 9.83 seconds.
It’s the thrill of all thrills, the clearest test of athleticism, the jewel in the crown of the Olympics, so read on as we explain how to watch the men’s 100m sprint and live stream the Tokyo 2020 Olympics from…