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Olympic hero Usain Bolt set for summer sprint at Crystal Palace

usain bolt .. the fastest man on earth that there has ever been .. holds the 100m world record 9.58 secs ...

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Jamaican swimmer Alia Atkinson becomes first black woman to win world title

Jamaican swimmer Alia Atkinson becomes first black woman to win world title - Telegraph #blackgirlsswim

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---Inspirational Story Alert ---Kazakhstans Zulfiya Gabidullina has provided one of the stories of the 2016 Paralympics by setting a new world record in the S3 100m freestyle swimming. But what makes her achievement really stand out is the fact that she has achieved the feat at the age of 50. After taking nearly a second off the previous record in the S3 class with a blistering time of 1.30.07 Gabidullina became Kazakhstans first ever Paralympic medal winner and without a doubt a national…

Inspirational Moments: Olympic celebrations - Usain Bolt of Jamaica celebrates winning the Men's 100m Final and the gold medal at the National Stadium on Day 8 of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games on August 16, 2008 in Beijing, China. Bolt finished the event in first place with a time of 9.69, a new World Record. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images) #joyofsport www.joyofsport.co.uk

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from BBC Sport

Rio Paralympics 2016: Georgina Hermitage wins T37 100m gold

Britain's Georgina Hermitage sets a world record of 13.13 seconds to win the T37 100m Paralympics title in Rio.

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Swimmer Beth Firth won gold in the women's S14 100m backstroke, and managed to set a new world record at the same time! - Amazing!

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from BBC Sport

Rio 2016: Day one as it happened

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from thetimes.co.uk

Perfect Peaty cruises through to 100m breaststroke final

On the right wavelength: Great Britain’s Adam Peaty was in blistering form in the 100m breaststroke heats, setting a new world record of 57.55sec