Jamaican sprinter Elaine Thompson-Herah gained gold medals within the 100-meter and 200-meter sprints on the Tokyo Olympics however did not outrun these looking ahead to copyright breaches on social media.
Thompson-Herah wrote on Twitter she was suspended from Instagram for a number of days for posting clips of her run on her web page – footage she didn’t have the rights to.
“I used to be blocked on Instagram for posting the races of the Olympic as a result of I didn’t personal the precise to take action. So see y’all in 2 days,” she tweeted early Wednesday.
Thompson-Herah and her Jamaican teammates swept the medal stand over the weekend within the ladies’s 100-meter ultimate. Thompson-Herah picked up the gold medal, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce acquired the silver and Shericka Jackson gained the bronze medal.
Thompson-Herah would win the gold within the 200-meter over Namibia’s Christine Mboma and the USA’ Gabrielle Thomas.
The 29-year-old has 5 Olympic medals to her credit score. She gained gold medals within the 100-meter and 200-meter sprints and a silver within the 4×400-meter relay on the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Video games.
She might nonetheless decide up one other medal in Tokyo. The Jamaican observe group nonetheless has its 4×400 relay to compete in Friday. Jamaica misplaced to the U.S. in the identical occasion in 2016.