On Saturday Jamaica’s Omar McLeod delivered on his promise to make history in athletics after earning his third Shanghai win in a row.

McLeod clocked a world-leading 13.16 seconds in the Men’s 110m hurdles.

The Olympic and World Champion had a few anxious moments after crossing the finish line.

His closest opponent – Spain’s Orland Ortega was hot on his heels and crossed the line in 13.17 seconds.

The Jamaican ace hurdler was seemingly quite worried he did not win Gold after crossing the finish line and could be seen praying for victory.

Mcleod’s compatriots – Ronald Levy (13.33) and Hansle Parchment (13.48) finished fourth and fifth respectively.

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On Saturday Jamaica's Omar McLeod delivered on his promise to make history in athletics after earning his third Shanghai win in a row. McLeod clocked a world-leading 13.16 seconds in the Men's 110m hurdles. The Olympic and World Champion had a few anxious moments after crossing the finish line. His closest opponent -...

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