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Caribbeans Brathwaite and Peters shine with Pan Am Games gold

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Caribbeans Brathwaite and Peters shine with Pan Am Games gold

Caribbeans Brathwaite and Peters shine with Pan Am Games gold

Barbadian Shane Brathwaite bagged gold in the 110 metre hurdles in 13.31 seconds, while Grenada's Anderson Peters set a new Pan Am Games record in the javelin with a throw of 87.31 metres.

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SHOWS: LIMA, PERU (AUGUST 10, 2019) (PANAM SPORTS - SEE RESTRICTIONS) MEN'S 110 METRE HURDLES FINAL 1.

SHANE BRATHWAITE (BARBADOS) WINNING GOLD MEDAL IN A TIME OF 13.31 SECONDS, FREDDIE CRITTENDEN III (USA) WINNING SILVER AND EDUARDO DOS SANTOS (BRAZIL) BRONZE 2.

BRATHWAITE ON THE PODIUM RECEIVING HIS GOLD MEDAL MEN'S JAVELIN FINAL 3.

ANDERSON PETERS (GRENADA) SETTING A NEW PAN AM GAMES RECORD WITH A THROW OF 87.31 METRES TO WIN GOLD, KESHORN WALCOTT (TRINIDAD & TOBAGO) WOULD WIN SILVER AND ALBERT REYNOLDS (SANTA LUCIA) BRONZE 4.

PETERS CELEBRATING WITH TEAMMATE 5.

PETERS ON PODIUM RECEIVING HIS GOLD MEDAL STORY: Shane Brathwaite brought gold for Barbados, edging American Freddie Crittenden III by one-hundredth of a second to win the 110 metre hurdles in 13.31 seconds at the Pan Am Games on Saturday (August 10).

Meanwhile, a record fell in the men's javelin when Grenada's Anderson Peters threw 87.31 metres to overwhelm Jamaican 2012 Olympic champion Keshorn Walcott (83.55) and better Cuban Guillermo Martinez's 2011 mark of 87.20.




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