What is the fastest time 200m?
The current record of 19.19 seconds was set by Usain Bolt at the 2009 World Championships in Athletics.
What is an Olympic 200m time?
The Olympic records for the distance are 19.30 seconds for men, set by Usain Bolt in 2008, and 21.34 seconds set by Florence Griffith-Joyner in 1988.
What time is the 200 meter final?
Now, it’s time for the 200m final, which takes place later on Wednesday (4 August), set to start at 21:50 JST. Fittingly, it’s the final race of the night. Former Bolt foe, Canadian Andre de Grasse, the Rio silver medallist in the 200m, is the most experienced of the eight finallists.
How fast was Alan Wells?
|100 Metres||10.11||24 JUL 1980|
|100 Metres||10.02 *||04 OCT 1982|
|200 Metres||20.21||28 JUL 1980|
|200 Metres||20.11 *||20 JUN 1980|
How fast should a 14 year old run 200m?
Intermediate female sprinters ages 14 and 15 should achieve a time of 11.6 seconds in the 100-meter sprint and 26 seconds in the 200-meter sprint. The advanced group at ages 16 and 17 should clock a time of 12.5 seconds in the 100-meter sprint and 25.7 seconds in the 200-meter sprint.
Do white guys run under 10 seconds?
Christophe Lemaitre (French pronunciation: [kʁistɔf ləmɛtʁ]; born 11 June 1990) is a French sprinter who specialises in the 100 and 200 metres. In 2010, Lemaitre became the first white athlete to break the 10-second barrier in an officially timed 100 m event.
Can humans run 100m under 9 seconds?
In his world record run in Berlin 2009, Usain Bolt ran at 12.4m/s in his fastest phase. He did this with a step length of 2.77m and step frequency of 4.49Hz. For a human to run 100m in under nine seconds, this would require maximum velocity to reach about 13.2m/s.