High Jumpers Share Gold at Olympics

In an intense high jump final at the Tokyo Olympics, Qatar's Mutaz Essa Barshim and Italy's Gianmarco Tamberi both cleared 2.37 meters. After the two athletes failed to clear 2.39, the friends agreed to skip a jump-off and share the gold medal instead. Barshim got his first taste of gold after taking the bronze in both London and Rio, while Tamberi overcame an ankle injury that almost sidelined him from the games. The overwhelming display of sportsmanship and friendship make this moment one for the record books.

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