Result: Men's 200M Final - IAAF World Championships London 2017


The Men's 200M final crowned a new champion at the IAAF World Championships on the 10th of August in London 2017. 

Ramil Guliyev of Turkey wins the Men's 200M gold in the IAAF World Championships in London 2017. The Turk bolstered past champion Wayde van Niekerk in the final 5metres of the race to win by 0.002 seconds.


Guliyev ran a composed and well time race, as he finished strong in the final 5 metres to claim the first ever gold medal for Turkey.

The incredible race saw Wayde van Niekerk lead throughout the bend until the last 5 metres as he dipped a little too early before the finish line. Wayde van Niekerk's dream double will have to wait a little longer, but the athlete completed a highly successful campaign at this years IAAF World Championships bringing home a gold and a silver medal.

Jereem Richard of Trinidad and Tobago claimed the bronze with a time of 20.11.107 finishing one hundredth of a second behind van Niekerk.

Issac Makwala's medal search continues as he finished in sixth place, behind Britain's Mitchell-Blake and American Ameer Webb respectively.

Men's 200M Final Results - IAAF World Championships

Pos
Athlete
Country
Time
1
Ramil Guliyev
Turkey
20.09
2
Wayde van Niekerk
South Africa
20.11.106
3
Jereem Richards
Trinidad and Tobago
20.11.107
4
Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake
Britain
20.24
5
Ameer Webb
USA
20.26
6
Isaac Makwala
Botswana
20.44
7
Abdul Sani Brown
Japan
20.63
8
Isiah Young
USA
20.64

Written by Lungelo Mdladla for @Hollywoodbets.net

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