Melanie Walker from Jamaica wins gold in women’s 400m hurdles

Gold again on the track for Jamaica, with Melanie Walker setting an Olympic record of 52.64 in the women’s 400m hurdles.

Sheena Tosta
from the United States won the silver with a time of 53.70.

Tasha Danvers from Great Britain won the bronze - 53.84.

Comments

Jimima Ewers - August 20, 2008 @ 11:59 pm

Jamaicans people are the best always and forever. There is no one in this world that can out perform the people of Jamaica.

Jamaicans are top performers and trend setters on or off any public stage. No other island can measure up to Jamaica.

pauline - August 21, 2008 @ 10:54 am

we little but we tallawah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! lightning strikes again. watch out world, the jamaicans are coming. others have to take dope in order to beat us. finally the cheats are being caught and the drug free individuals are shining. merlene ottey was cheated for years because of the same. finally the west indians are getting the coverage they truly deserve and jamaica is at the forefront of it all.

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