What is the Olympic record for men’s 100m sprint?

The Olympic records for the event are 9.63 seconds, set by Usain Bolt in 2012, and 10.61 seconds, set by Elaine Thompson-Herah in 2021.

What are the fastest 100 meter times?

The fastest time ever recorded for the men’s 100 meter race is 9.58 seconds, which the Jamaican set in 2009 on behalf of his country at the World Championships in Berlin, Germany.

Has a white man won 100m?

Allan Wipper Wells MBE (born 3 May 1952) is a Scottish former track and field sprinter who became the 100 metres Olympic champion at the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow. … He remains the last white male athlete without African or African-American ancestry to win the 100 metres at the Olympics.

Who is faster than Usain Bolt?

Erriyon Knighton, who turned professional as a junior at Tampa’s Hillsborough High, edged Trayvon Bromell, winning the 200 in 20.11 seconds, 0.02 seconds faster than Bolt’s time for runners 18 and under.

Is 13 seconds fast for 100m?

At a sprint The fastest among us can sprint 100m at a speed of 15.9 mph, or between 13-14 seconds.

Is 18 seconds good for 100m?

Most (non-athletic) healthy active kids and young adults will be able to run 100m around that pace or slightly faster without any training. With a little bit of regular training they might be able to drop 2–3sec to maybe 15 sec. Lots of hobby runners of a very wide age range could put up a 15sec/100m, or even 30s/200m.

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What is a good 100m time?

Originally Answered: What’s a good 100 meter sprint time? An average man can jog at 8.3mph, so he could run 100m in 27 seconds. A woman can jog at 6.5mph and run 100m in 34 seconds. A non-elite athlete can run 100m in 13-14 seconds or at 15.9mph.

Who is the fastest black woman in the world?

Wilma Rudolph

Personal information
Birth name Wilma Glodean Rudolph
Full name Wilma Glodean Rudolph
Nickname(s) Skeeter The Black Gazelle The Tornado The Black Pearl The Flash The Track Star
Born June 23, 1940 Saint Bethlehem, Tennessee, U.S.

Who is the fastest white woman in the world?

She is the 13th-fastest woman in the history of the 100 metres.

Ivet Lalova-Collio.

Personal information
Event(s) 60 metres, 100 metres, 200 metres
Coached by K.Milanow (1996-2011) Roberto Bonomi (2011-present)
Achievements and titles
Personal best(s) 100 m: 10.77 (2004) 200 m: 22.32 (2015)
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