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The men’s T64 100 meters at the Tokyo Paralympics had everything you could ask for from a race.

The blade runners — called that due to their bladed prostheses — all ran fast times and the race ended in thrilling fashion. The gold and silver medals were decided by just 0.02 seconds. As for the bronze, that required a suspenseful three-plus minute wait — as officials sorted out a photo finish — and finally a decision no one saw coming.

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