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'I never thought it would be me': Dina Asher-Smith celebrates after making history in Doha

Dina Asher-Smith has become the first British woman to win a world sprint title with a dominant run in the 200m final.
The 23-year-old from London took the win in a British-record 21.88 seconds, beating Brittany Brown of the United States by 0.34 seconds. The bronze went to Mujinga Kambundji of Switzerland in 22.51

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    British media needs to make a bigger deal about this woman. What a star!

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    World of sports know that the fastest female sprinter in 200m is
    Miller-Uibo. The british lord of IAAF made the necessary program
    arrangements to exclude her . The Bahamas dont have a strong voice to
    complain.
    Asher Smith is top athlete but not the best.

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    World of sports know that the fastest female sprinter in 200m is
    Miller-Uibo. The british lord of IAAF made the necessary program
    arrangements to exclude her . The Bahamas dont have a strong voice to
    complain.
    Asher Smith is top athlete but not the best.

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    DINA SERBIA LOVE YOU.WE ARE RUN WITH YOU HEART!

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