“I’m lost for words. He’s already broken the world record once, to do it again in the Olympic final is obviously the place you want to do it.“To do it to that level, I’m still trying to process what I’ve just seen. Unbelievable. He’s a great person, a great ambassador for the sport. To see that – wonderful.”Warholm spoke to Rutherford after the race. He said: “It hasn’t sunk in but running this time is just crazy. My coach actually told me in training ‘the perfect race can be in 45 seconds’ but to do it is something else.”We always said ‘well done is better than well spoken’ and today I knew that it was going to be a tough race.