Clement runs to win gold ahead of Mucheru who won silver.
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Kerron Clement picked up Thursday where the United States left off on the sultry evening before – hauling in more gold.Highlighting how the U.S. team feeds off each other, Ashton Eaton briefly took time off his decathlon to congratulate Clement as he lay exhausted in the midday sun after his 400-meter hurdles final. However tough his task was, it was made easier when Javier Culson, the 2012 Olympic bronze medalist from Puerto Rico, was disqualified for a false-start. Clement has been decorated enough, with two world championship gold medals, but the Olympic title eluded him.
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