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Epic: Usain Bolt Shatters World Record In Berlin (9.58) Leaving Tyson Gaye In The Dust

Usain Bolt Berlin World Championship

Triple Olympic champion Usain Bolt of Jamaica set a new world record of 9.58 seconds as he stormed to a stunning victory in the men’s 100m at the World Championships in Berlin on Sunday. {Video And Pics Inside}

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Usain Bolt Berlin World Championship World Record

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Bolt ran 100 meters in 9.58 seconds Sunday at world championships, turning his showdown against Tyson Gay into a rout and putting to rest the questions that went unanswered last time he set the record — at his showboating Olympic run of 9.69 seconds.

It was the biggest change in the record since electronic time was introduced in 1968. It came very close to the 9.55-second time that an
American professor said Bolt would have run in Beijing had he run all out in the Olympic 100 finals.

Under ideal conditions and facing the toughest competition possible, Bolt blew away his own world record by .11 seconds on the one-year
anniversary of the last world record. Gay, meanwhile, set the American record by finishing in 9.71, a time that would have been a world record 12 months and one day ago, but was an afterthought instead. Asafa Powell of Jamaica took bronze in 9.84.

Man This Is Incredible. I Just Hope He Is Not Using Performance Enhancers. J.A. Stand Up!

Usain Bolt 100m World Record

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