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2014 Junior Track and Field World Championships: Asher-Smith Wins Women’s 100m

Dina Asher-Smith (GBR) takes gold in the Women’s 100m with a total time of 11.23. This is her first medal in a 100m event.

2014 Junior Track and Field World Championships: Kendal Williams Wins 100m

Kendal Williams (USA) gets his personal best in Eugene with a total time of 10.21.

2014 Diamond League: Monaco: Bowie wins 100m

Tori Bowie (USA) keep her Diamond League lead, beating a tough field with a World Leading time of 10.80 seconds. Veronica Campbell-Brown was 2nd, .16 second back and Allyson Felix (USA), in a rare appearance was 5th at 11.01.

Phelps beaten by Agnel in slow 100m freestyle

PHOTO CREDIT: Kevin Liles-USA TODAY Sports (Reuters) – Michael Phelps was edged by Frenchman Yannick Agnel in the 100 meters freestyle final in Athens, Georgia, on Sunday. Agnel, the Olympic 200m freestyle champion, touched in 49.37 seconds, with his North Baltimore training partner Phelps second in 49.42. Ryan Lochte was third in 49.63, but the […]

2014 Diamond League: Glasgow: Great Britian wins 4x100m

In the Non-Diamond League event, with a history of DQ’s, the Great Britian A team gets it right and claim with win over the European Champs, Netherlands, by .52 seconds at 38.39.

2014 Diamond League: Glasgow: Harrison wins 100m hurdles

In the 9th Diamond League meet, Queen Harrison (USA) gets her first Diamond League win at 12.58, holding off fellow American Lolo Jones by .10 seconds. Meanwhile on the returning Olympic Champ, Sally Pearson (AUS) took 3rd.

2014 Diamond League: Glasgow: Ahye wins 100m

In the Non-Diamond League event, Just when it looked like Shelley-Ann Fraser-Pryce (JAM) was going to get the win, Michelle-Lee Ahye (TRI) stromed through to get the win at 11.01, winning by .09 seconds. Carmelita Jeter (USA) was 6th.

2014 Diamond League: Glasgow: Great Britian wins 4x100m

In the non-Diamond League race, In the 9th Diamond League meet, Great Britian’s A team gets the win at 42.74, .62 seconds faster than their B team, meanwhile the mixed All-Star team, with Solomon and Knight, took 3rd and the Stars and Stripes finishe

2014 Diamond League: Glasgow: Ashmeade wins 100m

During the first day of the Diamond League meet in Glasgow, Nickel Ashmeade redeemed his Paris disqualification by grabbing the 100 meter win with a time of 9.97 seconds. After only 60 meters, fellow Jamaican Yohan Blake fell to the ground, clutching his hamstring in pain.

2014 Diamond League: Paris: Harper-Nelson wins Women’s 100m Hurdles

Dawn Harper-Nelson (USA) wins the Women’s 100m Hurdles with a World Best this year of 12.44, putting her 1st in Diamond Race Standings. She’s previously won olympic gold and silver medals in Beijing and London, respectively.

2014 Diamond League: Paris: Michael Rogers wins Men’s 100m

Michael Rogers (USA) takes 1st in the Men’s 100m in 10 seconds flat after a delay caused by Nickel Ashmeade.

2014 Diamond League: Paris: Ashmeade Protests DQ in 100m Race

Nickel Ashmeade (JAM) attempted to delay the race after a false start. He disagree with the disqualification which led to him lying down on the track.

2014 Diamond League: Lausanne: Gatlin vs Gay in 100m

Team USA packs a 1, 2, 3 punch sweeping the 100 meter race during the 2014 Diamond League Lausanne. Tyson Gay, returning from a recent ban, settles for second place, falling only .13 seconds behind Justin Gatlin. Gatlin, who remains undefeated this season, took first place with the best time of 9.80 and Michael Rodgers landed in third place with a final time of 9.98.

2014 USA Track and Field Championship: 100m Recap

Mike Rodgers gets the win at 10.09, beating Ryan Bailey by .14 seconds, while Tianna Bartoletta gets the win in the Women’s race by .12 seconds over Barbara Pierre at 11.15 seconds

2014 Arena Grand Prix: Santa Clara: Missy Franklin wins 100m Backstroke

In the Women’s 100m Backstroke, Missy Franklin (USA) beats out Elizabeth Pelton and newcomer Amy Bilquist with a total time of 1:00.99.

2014 Arena Grand Prix: Santa Clara: Arkady Vyatchanin wins 100m Backstroke

In the Men’s 100m Backstroke, Arkady Vyatchanin beats out Olympian Gold Medalist Matt Grevers with a total time of 54.34.

How Fast Can a Human Run 100m?

Usain Bolt (Olivier Morin/AFP/Getty Images) By Seth Rubinroit Usain Bolt shattered the 100m world record, lowering it from 9.74 seconds in 2007 to 9.58 seconds in 2009. But could he go faster? Australian exercise physiologist Jeremy Richmond believes that the ultimate human running speed for 100m is 9.27 seconds, according to his article in the IAAF’s […]

2014 Diamond League: Rome: Rollins wins 100m hurdles

World Champ Brianna Rollins just edges former Olympic Champ Dawn Harper-Nelson by .01 seconds with a time of 12.53. Queen Harrison in third, 12.61, completes the American sweep.

2014 Diamond League: Rome: Bowie wins Women’s 100m

As Shelley-Ann Frasier-Pryce (JAM) has a sub-par race finishing 8th, American Tori Bowie gets the win at 11.05, beating out Kerron Stewart (JAM) by .03 seconds. Bowie had won the 200m in Eugene earlier.

2014 Diamond League: Rome: Gatlin wins 100m

In a non-Diamond League race, Justin Gatlin (USA) gets the win at 9.91, beating Nesta Carter (JAM) by .11 seconds

2014 IAAF World Relays: Jamaica wins 4x100m

After Arnaud Remy (FRA) pulls himself out of the race (injury), Yohan Blake powers Team Jamaica to the win at 37.77 and Great Britain was 2nd, .27 seconds back. Team USA DQ’d in the heats.

2014 IAAF World Relays: USA out of 4x100m final

Again Team USA has trouble with their handoffs, this time it slows them to 4th place and even worst it was outside the required area and they are disqualified from advancing to the Final.

2014 IAAF World Relays: USA wins Women’s 4x100m

In the first ever World Relays, as Team Jamaica suffer a bad hand off, Team USA (Tianna Bartoletta, Alex Anderson, Jeneba Tarmoh, and Lakeisha Lawson) cruise perfectly to victory at 41.88 seconds, beating their Jamaican rivals by .40 seconds.

Justin Gatlin Runs Fastest 100m In 2014

UPDATE (May 21): Just three days after running the fastest 100m of 2014 at the Shanghai Diamond League meeting, Justin Gatlin improved his world lead to 9.87 seconds in Beijing. Veteran American sprinter Justin Gatlin set the fastest 100 meters time of the year on Sunday (May 18) at the Shanghai Diamond League meeting. Gatlin […]

2014 Diamond League: Shanghai: Gatlin wins 100m

Justin Gatlin, the 2012 Olympic Bronze medalist, wins the 100m in the 2014 Diamond League Shanghai at 9.92, beating Nesta Carter (JAM) by .20 seconds. Michael Rodgers of USA came in 3rd at 10.18 seconds.

2014 Charlotte Swimming Grand Prix: Hosszu wins Back to Back in 100m Backstroke

In the Women’s 200m Backstroke, Katinka Hosszu get’s her second win of the night in her 2nd of 3 races. She got a season best and 4th best in the world time of 59’64.

2014 Charlotte Swimming Grand Prix: Hardy wins 100m Breast

Former world record holder Jessica Hardy hits 1:06.68 to win the Women’s 200m Breast stroke, beating top qualifier Micah Lawrence by .72 seconds.

2014 Charlotte Swimming Grand Prix: Phelps wins 100m Fly

Swimming star, Michael Phelps (USA) continues his comeback, with a second race in the Men’s 100m Butterfly stroke. He equals his time from Mesa at 52.13 for the win, by .59 seconds.

Michael Phelps Advances to Finals of 100m Butterfly

Michael Phelps (Mike Lewis/OlaVistaPhotography.com) Michael Phelps raced in the preliminaries of the 100m butterfly and the 200m freestyle at the USA Swimming Grand Prix stop in Charlotte. He earned a spot in the 100m butterfly finals, which can be seen tonight (May 16) on Universal Sports at 6 PM ET LIVE. Coverage from Charlotte continues Saturday at 6 […]

2014 Diamond League: Doha: Fraser-Pryce wins 100m

Two Time Olympic Champ Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (JAM) wins by .05 over Blessing Okagbare (NGR) with a time of 11.18 seconds.

2014 Mesa Swimming Grand Prix: Dugonjic wins Men’s 100m Breaststroke

In the Men’s 100m Breaststroke, Damir Dugonjic beat out 3x NCAA champ Kevin Cordes with a total time of 1:01.62.

2014 Mesa Swimming Grand Prix: Gonzalez wins Women’s 100m Backstroke

In the Women’s 100m Backstroke, Fernanda Gonzalez beat out Clara Smiddy who got 1st in the 200m Backstroke, with a total time of 1:01.58.

2014 Mesa Swimming Grand Prix: Vyatchanin wins Men’s 100m Backstroke

In the Men’s 100m Backstroke, Arkady Vyatchanin beat out olympic gold medalist Matt Grevers with a total time of 0:54.40.

2014 Orlando Swimming Grand Prix: Atkinson wins 100m Breast

In the Women’s 100m Breaststroke, Alia Atkinson (JAM), who took silver in the short course championships, gets the win at 1:09.11, by .27 seconds over Laura Sogar.

2013 IAAF Track and Field World Championship: Usain Bolt wins 100m

As if there was any doubt, world Record holder, Usain Bolt (JAM), after being disqualified last time with a false start, gets it right today, beating Justin Gatlin (USA) by .08 seconds at 9.77.

2013 IAAF Track and Field World Championship: Usain Bolt 100m Heat

Usain Bolt (JAM) runs a 10.07 in his heat to qualify for the Semi-Finals tomorrow.

2014 Austin Swimming Grand Prix: Shields wins 100m fly

2014, Austin, Texas, USA, Swimming Grand Prix, Tom Shields (USA), World’s short course silver medalist, gets the win in the second Grand Prix of the season. (Call your TV provider to watch full events on TV and online.)

2014 Austin Swimming Grand Prix: Adrian wins 100m free

Olympic Champ Nathan Adrian (USA) gets the win in the second Grand Prix of the season.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Beijing: Le Clos edges Shields in 100m Fly

Chad Le Clos (RSA) narrowly beat American Thomas Shields at the finish with a time of 49.41, defeating Shields by just .04 seconds. Le Clos also went on to win the Men’s 200m IM.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Beijing: Cate Campbell wins 100m Free

Cate Campbell (AUS) made it 3 straight gold medals for her after finishing with a time of 51.59. Campbell’s sister Bronte finished 3rd in the event to earn the bronze medal.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Beijing: American Godsoe wins 100m Backstroke

Eugene Godsoe (USA) finished with a winning time of 50.15, beating 2nd place Hurley (AUS) by just .09 seconds. Fellow American Thomas Shields finished in 3rd place.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Beijing: Alia Atkinson wins 100m Breaststroke

Alia Atkinson (JAM) dominated the field with a time of 1:03.81, beating second place swimmer Sophie Allen (GBR) by nearly 2 seconds. Atkinson competed in the 2008 Olympics in the 200 Breaststroke.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Beijing: Vladimir Morozov wins 100m Free

Vladimir Morozov (RUS) won with a time of 45.88. Morozov led from start to finish and never looked to be in any real danger of losing his lead. American Anthony Ervin finished 6th.

2013 FINA World Cup: Tokyo: Coutts wins 100m Fly

Alicia Coutts (AUS) beats Sarah Sjostrom (SWE) and Katinka Hosszu (HUN) with a World Cup record at 55.30 seconds in the Women’s 200m Butter Stroke.

2013 FINA World Cup: Tokyo: Eugene Godsoe wins 100m Back

Eugene Godsoe (USA) gets his second win this season (winning earlier in Singapore) at 49.87, beating Robert Hurley (AUS) by .05 seconds.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Singapore: Cate Campbell wins 100m Free

Cate Campbell (AUS) won with a time of 51.67, beating 2nd place swimmer Sarah Sjoestroem (SWE) by .47 seconds.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Singapore: Hosszu wins 100m Butterfly

World Cup leader Katinka Hosszu (HUN) continued her reign of dominance, finishing with a winning time of 56.58 over 2nd place Alicia Coutts (AUS). Coutts was leading at the 75m mark but a late push from Hosszu won the race.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Singapore: American Godsoe wins 100m Backstroke

25 year old Eugene Godsoe (USA) won with a time of 50.21, beating 2nd place Hurley (AUS) by just .09 seconds. This is Godsoe’s first win in this WC season.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Singapore: Atkinson wins 100m Breaststroke

Alia Atkinson (JAM) finished with a winning time of 1:03.48, her 3rd best time this season. Swimmer Mio Motegi (JPN) finished 2nd in the event.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Singapore: Ervin 2nd in 100m Freestyle

American Anthony Ervin finished with a time of 46.48, losing only to swimmer Vladimir Morozov (RUS). Morozov finished with a winning time of 45.67.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Zevina wins 100m Back in photo finish

Swimmer Daryna Zevina (UKR) finished with a time of 57.48, beating Katinka Hosszu by just .01 seconds to take victory in the event.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Thomas Shields wins 100m Fly

Thomas Shields (USA)won with a time of 48.80, beating 2nd place swimmer Chad Le Clos (RSA) by .25 seconds. Shields also won yesterday’s 100m Backstroke.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: American Shields wins 100m Back

Thomas Shields (USA) won with a time of 50.23, just narrowly beating Robert Hurley (AUS) by .06 seconds. Shields was trailing most of the race but began to make his final push for victory in the last 25m.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Jeanette Gray wins 100m Fly

Jeanette Ottesen Gray (DEN) won with a time of 56.74, easily beating swimmers Li Tao (SIN) and Katinka Hosszu (HUN). Gray suffered a shoulder injury earlier this year but has looked impressive so far this season.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Alia Atkinson wins 100m Breaststroke

Alia Atkinson (JAM) finished the breaststroke with a winning time of 1:03.38. Atkinson looked to be making a run at the world record at the halfway mark but lost speed in her final 25m.

 
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