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Athletics Wednesday, 31 July, 2002, 17:40 GMT 18:40 UK
Golding-Clark grabs gold
Lacena Golding-Clark beat Jamaican team-mate Vonette Dixon to the line in the women's 100m hurdles.
Golding-Clark (left) beat team-mate Dixon to the line
Lacena Golding-Clark took gold in the women's 100m hurdles final in a one-two with Jamaican team-mate Vonette Dixon.

Golding-Clark won in a time of 12.77 seconds, with Dixon setting a personal best of 12.83secs and Nigeria's Angela Atede taking bronze.

Jamaica might have had a clean sweep of the medals but national record holder Bridgette Foster withdrew from the final.

England's Diane Allahgreen could not repeat her personal best performance in the semi-final as she finished fourth in 13.01secs.

Canada's Angela Whyte was fifth ahead of Allahgreen's team-mate Julie Pratt and Jacquie Munro of Australia.


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