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TAYLOR’S GOLDEN CHANGE

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THERE was a feeling of déjà vu as the one-two result from London 2012 was repeated. The only difference was the stadium in Rio was nowhere near as full as London and the final unusually took place during a morning session.

Something else changed, too. It wasn’t as easy to notice, but the winner, Christian Taylor, has swapped take-off feet in the past four years. He did this due to injury and likens it to learning to write with his other hand.

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