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Fastest Runners (100 Meter)

The100-meter dash is one of the most popular and prestigious events in theathletic world, entering the Olympics since 1896. The 10-second barrier hasalways been a barometer of men’s performances while the best female runnerstake 11 seconds or less. Here are the fastest runners ever on the track whobroke through the 10-second barrier.

1. UsainBolt

Bolt isoften regarded as the fastest man on the planet, and this Jamaican athletestayed true to the name when during the 2009 World Championships in Berlin, hefinished the 100-meter dash in an incredible 9.58 seconds, which also earnedhim the World Record title. Bolt is also the first, since 1997, to have everheld World Records in both 100m sprint and the 200m sprint.

2. TysonGay

At the Shanghai Golden Grand Prix in 2009, Gay took the track by storm by completing the

100-meter sprint in just 9.69 seconds. He is the second man, after Maurice Greene, to have won all three medals in a single championship/.

3. YohanBlake

Dubbed”The Beast,” this Jamaican sprinter completed the 100-meter dash in9.69 seconds at the Athletissima Diamond League in 2012. This has made himjoint-second among the fastest ever 100-meter runners along with Tyson Gay. Hisparticipation in the 4x100m relay team also helped bagged the gold for Jamaicain the 2012 London Olympics.


4. AsafaPowell

Powell claimed the title of the fourth fastest athlete in the 100-meter dash by completing the dash in 9.72 seconds in the race help at the Athletissima Grand Prix in Lausanne, Switzerland in 2008. This 100-meter dash world record holder has broken the 10-second barrier 88 times as of 2012, which surpasses any other runner.

5. NestaCarter

AnotherJamaican talent, Carter completed the 100-meter dash in 9.78 seconds in Rieti,Italy in 2010, which made him the fifth fastest runner in the 100-metercategory. Carter also holds World Records in the 4x100m relay in the 2008Beijing Olympics, the 2011 World Championships, as well as the 2012 LondonOlympics.

6. MauriceGreene

Theretired American athlete is a four-time Olympic medal winner and five-timeWorld Champion who specialized in both 100 and 200-meter sprints. Before thenewer athletes, Greene held the record for the fastest 100m dash when hefinished the race in 9.79 seconds in 1999.

7. DonovanBailey

The first ever Canadian runner to legally break the 10-second barrier in the 100-meter dash, Bailey achieved a World Record for the same when he completed the track in 9.84 seconds at the Summer Olympic Games in 1996.

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Best Runners: Guide 101

Althoughrunning seems like an easy feat, it is a sport that calls for a large varietyof skills and talents that depends largely on the type of event. Over thecourse of running history, there have been several greats, some of the finestare listed below.

1. HaileGebrselassie

Over hiscareer, Gebrselassie has won gold at the 1996 and 2000 Olympics in 10,000meters, as well as eight world championship indoor and outdoor track titlesfrom 1500 to 10,000 meters, and has also won the world half-marathonchampionship at Bristol in 2001. He has won nine significant marathons in hiscareer, Gebrselassie has also set 27 world records.

2. EmilZatopek

One of the foremost runners in the world in the 1950s, Zatopek was called the “Greatest Runner of All Time” by Runner’s World, having won gold and silver respectively in the 10,000 meters and 5000 meters at the 1948 Games. This was followed by his bagging three gold medals in the 1952 Olympic Games for various events, which has given him the status of a legend.

3. PaulaRadcliffe

Radcliffebeat her own world record in the 2003 London Marathon, solidifying her statusas the current women’s record holder in the Marathon. Although men’s marathonworld records have been beaten five times since 2003, Radcliffe’s record hasnot been challenged in over a decade. In addition to her slew of golds invarious marathons worldwide, Radcliffe also holds the world record in thewomen’s 10K.


4. JoanBenoit Samuelson

Samuelson was the first-ever women’s Olympic Games marathon champion and has set the existing women’s American record at the Olympic Marathon. Inducted into the Maine Women’s Hall of Fame in 2000, she won the 1985 Chicago marathon that earned her the James E. Sullivan Award that made her the nation’s top amateur athlete.

5. MebKeflezighi

The firstAmerican man to win the 2014 Boston Marathon since 1983, Keflezighi won silverat the 2004 Olympic marathon, again the first American to win an Olympic medalsince Frank Shorter in 1976. He showed off his genius on the track by bagginggold at the Olympic Trials 10,000-meter race in 2000 and 2004 and has alsoearned six USA 15K titles, among other achievements.

6. HichamEl Guerrouj

This Moroccan runner set the world record for a mile in Rome in 1999, breaking the previous record by more than a seconds. He has also set records in 1500 and 2000 meters, making him one of the best middle distance runners in history. Guerrouj bagged the gold in both 1500 and 5000 meters in the 2004 Olympics and had four world records to his name.

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