LONDON Felix Sanchez of the Dominican Republic won the Olympic men’s 400-meter hurdles, besting Michael Tinsley of the United States and Javier Culson of Puerto Rico.
Tinsley, a Pulaski Robinson graduate, finished with a time of 47.91. Sanchez took the gold in a time of 47.63.
Culson won the bronze in a time of 48.10.
The time was Tinsley's personal best, according to the Olympics website. He ran collegiately at Jackson State.
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