McLeod, the 110m Hurdles Olympic champion, displayed his impressive form to win with a time of 13.10. He clocked in the heats 13.23 this morning.
Mcleod is aiming to become the first 110m hurdler to hold both the Olympic and World title simultaneously. He clocked a world-leading time, new personal best, and the fifth fastest time [12.90] in 110m Hurdles’ history all in one race at the Jamaica National Senior Trials in Kingston last month.
Hansle Parchment finished second in his semifinal with a time of 13.27. He will join Mcleod in the final on Monday.