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Shaunae Miller-Uibo had somebody very special to celebrate her gold medal with.
The Bahamian sprinter, 27, took home a gold medal Friday night in the women’s 400m at the Tokyo Games, becoming the second woman in Olympic history to win back-to-back titles in the event.
During the finals, she finished with a 48.36-second race followed by the Dominican Republic’s Marileidy Paulino and Team USA’s Allyson Felix.
After the race, the athlete shared a sweet moment of celebration with husband Maicel Uibo — who also competed in the Summer Games for Estonia and placed 15th overall in the decathlon — as he gave her a big hug and kiss.