Men’s 100m final LIVE: Zharnel Hughes aims to take Britain’s first gold in the event for the first time in 29 years following semi-final triumph
Team GB will be chasing their first 100m gold medal since the Barcelona Games of 1992 when Zharnel Hughes lines up in lane four ahead of the final.
Hughes reached the final after impressively winning his semi-final, defeating this year’s fastest man in Trayvon Bromell in the process.
With the field missing Bromell, the retired Olympic champion in Usain Bolt and the world champion in Christian Coleman, it is set to be the most open men’s 100m final in a generation.
Follow Sportsmail’s DAN RIPLEY for live coverage of the men’s 100m final at the Tokyo Olympics, including build-up, the race itself and reaction.