BERLIN — Kerron Clement of the United States has defended his 400-meter hurdles title at the world championships.
Clement exploded over the first 200 meters Tuesday and managed to hold off a late challenge from Javier Culson of Puerto Rico
and crossed the line in 47.91 seconds.
Culson finished in 48.09 to take the silver
, and 2005 world champion Bershawn Jackson of the United States picked up the bronze with a time of 48.23.
FIRST TIME A PUERTORICAN DOES THAT!! WAY TO GO JAVIER!!
EL BORICUA SACANDO LA CARA PUŅETA!! ESO ES!!