Mcleod won the 100-meter hurdles in 13.05 seconds.
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Jamaica unleashed a new sprint sensation as Omar Mcleod took the Rio Olympics 110-meter hurdles while Chinese sports fans lamented the team's perceived lack of gold medal success in Rio.Frustration bubbled over in China where sports fans branded their athletes Olympic failures while Britain cemented its position in second place ahead of China in the medals table with more gold medals in cycling.Elsewhere in track and field, Kenya's Faith Kipyegon beat world-record holder Genzebe Dibaba of Ethiopia to 1500 gold, and American triple jumper Christian Taylor and Croat discus thrower Sandra Perkovic both retained their Olympic crowns.China topped the medals table in 2008 with 51 golds and came second with 38 in London four years ago.Britain remain in second place in the medals table with 19 golds, behind the United States on 28, and their cyclists have accounted for six of the Rio titles.Britain has won 20 of the 30 golds disputed going back to Beijing 2008 .
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