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Top 10 Fastest Sprinters Ever

Top 10 Fastest Sprinters Ever

100M Dash's weather Summer Olympics answer one of the most anticipated and popular events and asked, "Who is the fastest man alive?" This led to the development and innovations in the midst of the greatest sprinters that belongs on a list of consensus is hard to come feedback, training methods, nutrition, and clothing, other factors each time. To make matters easier, the list ranks 10 times faster sprinters. The 100M is the fastest times ever recorded top 10 sprinters.


10. Donovan Bailey (9.84s)


Bailey, a Canadian sprinter, world record time of 1996 ran 9.84s in the 100m Olympic final in Atlanta by way of Jamaica, earning a gold medal in the road. He picked up another gold medal at the Atlanta Games as a member of the 4x100m relay team Canada. Bailey and 100M record was broken a few years later, he is still the Reno, is the world record holder 50M, which is founded in 1996 by covering the distance in a time of 5.56s in Nevada.

9. Richard Thompson (9.82s)


The Thompson, Trinidad and Tobago is fitting that it was a local, Port ran a personal best time of 9.82s at his home race in Spain in 2014. Thompson Trinidad and Tobago several times the international level, and the Beijing Games in 2008 compared to 3 Olympic medals to his name, including the gold medal in the 4x100m.

8. Steve Mullings (9.80s)


Many on the list ahead of Jamaica, Mullings Eugene, is a time of 9.80s in a 2011 meeting in Oregon clocked. He reached the top of a Jamaican competition winning the gold medal in the world championships, track and field world in 2009 with the 4x100m team. Unfortunately, Mullings' athletics career was abruptly ended in 2011 when he was given a lifetime ban from international competition after Ben a second positive drug test.

7. Maurice Greene (9.79s)


Green was a new world record in 100M, which ran a time of 9.79s in Athens in 1999. The late 1990s and early 2000s in the international sprint scene dominated most notably in 2000. Also winning gold at the Sydney Olympics in Green yet 100M 60M dash world record which he set in 1998 (6.39s ), holds equity in 2001 and later.

6. Nesta Carter (9.78s)


Carter finds himself in the middle of this solidly, but surprisingly only fourth fastest Jamaican sprinter of all time. Carter personal best time in the 100M Rieti, came in 2010 in a race in Italy. Unfortunately, such that both Asafa Powell, Yohan Blake improved the privilege of running in the same period as the famous Jamaican sprinters, and was of course Usain Bolt said. 1 is a World Championship or Olympic medal (bronze in the 2013 world championships) unfortunately the name Carter. That privilege has racked up a gold medal with the Jamaican 4x100m relay team. However, Carter's name has recently been in the news for a positive drug test.

5. Justin Gatlin (9.74s)


Gatlin has ended many notable 100M race during his long career, but in 2015 Ad Dawhah Qatar fastest of them all when he was unable to offer a time of 9.74s. Gatlin has had a roller coaster ride of a career, highlighted to 100M US in the 2004 Olympics in Athens by winning a gold medal performance. On the flip side, they have the restriction of 4 years of positive drug tests and faced international athletics doping allegations during his career.

4. Asafa Powell (9.72s)


Lausanne, Switzerland, in 2008, Powell, then-record setting run on, as he rushed past his opponent on the way to clocking a time of 9.72s. While the record was short-lived (Usain Bolt 100M later broke the world record twice in 2008), Powell's career has been anything but. 100M sprinters is one of the best in the world for the better part of the last decade, he said.

3. Tyson Gay (9.69s)


Gay, 100m ran 9.69s in a 2009 race record holder in the 100M, Shanghai. He ran 9.68s in the 100m at the 2008 US Olympic Trials, but it is not eligible for the record of a strong, favorable tailwind. Gay has won multiple world championships gold medals, he is not able to transfer that success to the Olympic stage. Gay's only Olympic medal in the 2012 London Games 4x100m Relay came through, but then it was taken away from the US team because the team members failed to pass a drug test.

2. Yohan Blake (9.69s)


Blake, Tyson is a personal best time of 9.69s for lesbians like, 100m. However, Black 9.69s performance as occurred under less favorable wind conditions than gay men gets second place on the list. Black impressive run Lausanne, in a 2012 meeting in Switzerland. He Usain Bolt, while it may be overshadowed at times by Jamaican immigrants, black youngest 100M in the World Championship holds the distinction of being the men's champion, will not be able to top a success Bolt will.

1. Usain Bolt (9.58s)


It is no wonder! The current world record holder clocked 100M and a blistering time of 9.58s in 2009 Track and Field World Championships in Berlin 3 times Olympic champion 100M. This performance saw 100M record third bolt and bolt 5 Olympic and World Championship gold medals in a dominant half years that he had broken fragments from 2008-2009. Jamaica also holds the second fastest time in the 100M, covering the distance in 9.63s on to claim gold in the 2012 Olympics, was second, 3 100m Olympic gold medal in London records.

Top 10 Fastest Sprinters Ever
  1. Usain Bolt (9.58s)
  2. Yohan Blake (9.69s)
  3. Tyson Gay (9.69s)
  4. Asafa Powell (9.72s)
  5. Justin Gatlin (9.74s)
  6. Nesta Carter (9.78s)
  7. Maurice Greene (9.79s)
  8. Steve Mullings (9.80s)
  9. Richard Thompson (9.82s)
  10. Donovan Bailey (9.84s)
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