Paul MacInnes at the Tokyo Olympic Stadium
- British T64 sprinter finishes level with Johannes Floors
- Felix Streng takes gold and Sherman Isidro Guity Guity silver
The clock ticked past three minutes and still there had been no decision. The men’s T64 100m had certainly been close, with the four leading competitors finishing within four hundredths of a second of one another. But who had claimed bronze between the German Johannes Floors and Britain’s Jonnie Peacock?
The rules determine that only in the event of a gap of less than 1,000th of a second would two athletes share a place. When the photo finish was eventually called, that was exactly what happened.