Jamaica’s Tyquendo Tracey just missed out of a place in the final of the men’s 100 metres at the World Championships in Doha, Qatar, on Saturday.
Tracey finished Heat Three of the semi-finals in fourth in 10.11 seconds, the identical time as Filippo Tortu of Italy in the same race, with the Italian given the edge over the Jamaican.
With the first two finishers in each of the three heats getting automatic spots in the final, the other two places in the final were filled by the fastest times in all three semi-finals.
Defending champion Justin Gatlin, who finished heat two in third was the next best time with 10.09, with Tracey and Tortu following.
Akani Simbine of South Africa won Tracey’s race in 10.01 seconds with Zharnel Hughes of Great Britain second in 10.05, followed by Tortu and Tracey.