The Olympic 100m Champion Set To Compete in February

The Olympic 100m Champion Set To Compete in February

Lamont Marcell Jacobs, the Olympic 100m winner, will compete again in Berlin, Germany in February 2022. The reigning Olympic 100m champion is set to return to the track again for action. The Olympic 100m champion is set to compete in February 2022.

The 27-year-old Italian hasn’t competed since winning gold in the 4x100m relay at the Tokyo Olympics in August. Jacobs set the Tokyo Olympic Stadium ablaze after crossing the line in 9.80 in the final.

He has missed five Diamond League events but will compete on February 4 in the Berlin indoor meet.

The injury was not a part of Jacobs’ choice to take a rest from the track after the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, according to his manager Marcello Magnani, but the time off is a preventative measure.

With his victory in Tokyo, Jacobs, who only moved from a long jump in 2018, became the first Italian to win the men’s 100m Olympic gold.

Leading result

  1. Lamont Marcel Jacobs of Italy – 9.80
  2. Fredy Kerley of United States- 9.84
  3. Andy De Grassey of Canada – 9.89


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July 2022
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