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TOKYO - U.S. men continued to sputter on the athletics track at the Tokyo Olympics on Thursday, while kayaker Lisa Carrington became New Zealand's most decorated Olympian and American Ryan Crouser broke his own shot put world record.

Jamaica's Hansle Parchment stunned viewers and himself with an upset win over the overwhelming favourite, Grant Holloway from the United States, in the 110 metres hurdles. The Americans individually remain bereft of a running gold - a prize they have won every time they have entered since the inaugural 1896 Games.

A bedraggled U.S. 4x100 metres performance added to the American woe.

Elsewhere in the Games, which end on Sunday, skateboarders soared in the Tokyo heat, open-water swimmers had to navigate elbows as well as fish, and a Japanese mayor grossed out ugh/medal-chomp-grosses-out-japan-riles-toyota-2021-08-05 the nation and prompted a rebuke from Toyota for biting a softball player's gold medal.

U.S. men, who once dominated the 4x100 metres, failed to qualify for the final despite having two individual 100m finalists on the team. A ragged run, with poor changeovers and a shocking second handover, dragged them to a desultory sixth in their semi-final.

Carl Lewis, the superstar sprinter of the 1980s and '90s, called his compatriots' performance "a total embarrassment, and completely unacceptable".

China were the surprise heat winners, while Jamaica took the other semi.

In the 110m hurdles, world champion Holloway looked set to win until Parchment surged past him to add a gold medal to his London Olympic bronze in one of the biggest athletics shocks of the Games.

"The greatest feeling, the greatest feeling, I've worked so hard," the Jamaican said. "It's unbelievable that I caught this guy."


Crouser, wearing shades and a hat with the U.S. flag on it, broke his own record in the shot put three times - only the third time that has happened - to grab gold with a mark of 23.30 metres.

He donned a cowboy hat afterward and celebrated with his countryman and silver medallist Joe Kovacs, draped in the Stars and Stripes. Crouser, from a family of throwers, held up a card reading "Grandpa, we did it, 2020 Olympic champion".


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