Bolt storms to victory in Ostrava

| 18/06/2009

(BBC): Usain Bolt ran the 100 metres in a breathtaking 9.77 seconds – the fastest time in the world this year – at the IAAF Golden Spike meeting in Ostrava. But the wind was a fraction over the legal limit, meaning the event record of 9.85 set by Bolt’s fellow Jamaican Asafa Powell in 2005 still stands. Britain’s Craig Pickering, the 2007 Ostrava champion, ran a superb race to finish second in 10.08. Meanwhile, Mark Lewis-Francis was fifth in the 100m ‘B’ race in 10.40. Lewis-Francis, back after a year out injured, finished two places ahead of fellow Briton Christian Malcolm.

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  1. Yellow Yam says:

    How come this man not been given Cayman Status yet?