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Fastest 100m Times

#Inspired - AB deVilliers, along with being a brilliant cricketer, he has also been shortlisted for junior national hockey and football squad, captain of SA Junior Rugby, holds 6 SA school swimming records, fastest 100m time in SA junior athletics, member of SA Junior Davis cup team, National Badminton U-19 team, has a golf handicap of scratch, received a national medal from Mandela for a science project.....WOW Image - Flickr under CC, author-paddynapper

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Usain Bolt retains his 100m title for a 3rd time. #Repost @usainbolt with @repostapp ・・・ #legend #rio2016 #olympicgames

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The fastest White women of all time in 100m sprints

Usain Bolt in his "To The World" pose after winning the men's 100m.

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Rio Paralympic Games 2016 Rio 2016 Paralympic Games 2016 (7-18 September) is over now and this time we have witnessed some of the world record breaking performances by the athletes.The 2020 Summer Paralympics the 16th edition of the international multi-sports event will be held in Tokyo Japan from 25 August to 6 September 2020.The Paralympic Games are an attempt to provide an equal platform for athletes with disabilities to showcase their skills at a stage that lets them represent their…

Still just 19, he won the European Athletics U23 Championships 100m and then ran a 19.98, the second fastest ever European U23 time, in the 200m semi-finals at the IAAF World Championships before finishing fourth in the final.

Florence Griffith-Joyner, also known affectionately as Flo-Jo, track and field athlete. She is considered the "fastest woman of all time," based on the records she set in the 1988 Olympics for both the 100m and 200m, which still stand and have yet to be seriously challenged. She also became known for her long, ornately painted fingernails. R.I.P. photo by Corbis.

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Nathan Adrian finishes 100m prelims with fastest time at Trials

Rio Olympics: Athletics: Ogunlewe Egwero out at Bolt shows class Seyi Ogunlewe The two Nigerian athletes entered for the 100m mens event at the Rio Olympics have failed to progress to the semi final of the event even as Jamaican Usain Bolt showed class on Saturday cruising effortlessly to the next phase. Seyi Ogunlewe who is Nigerias fastest man at the moment with back-to-back national titles finished fourth in his Heat where he ran a 10.26s while his compatriot Ogho-Oghene Egwero could…