Thompson-Herah blazed to an Olympic-record 10.61sec, well ahead of crestfallen two-time winner Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, with Shericka Jackson completing an all-Jamaican podium.
In Tokyo, athletes got a surreal glimpse of everyday Tokyo life on Sunday when the closing ceremony was briefly transformed into a park with grass, buskers and BMX riders in a valediction after weeks spent under the regime of a pandemic Games.
Arshad has become the first-ever Pakistani to reached the final of any track and field event in the Olympic Games, hoping to get a medal and break the country’s 29-year-old medal-drought in the Olympics.
The 24-year-old, who followed his brothers into boxing, defeated Kazakhstan’s Zakir Safiullin with a split points decision victory in their lightweight bout in Tokyo. He is now guaranteed at least bronze.
Nadeem, who finished fifth in the competition, also apologised to his countrymen for not living up to the expectations of almost 200 million people. He was Pakistan's biggest medal hope but his best throw of 84.62 fell a little short and was not enough to fetch him a medal.
Chusovitina's career as gymnast has spanned more than a quarter century. She won the USSR Junior Nationals in 1988 and began competing at the international level in 1989, before many of her current rivals were even born.