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Event_Track and Field

Event_Track and Field

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Asafa Powell(born 23

November 1982) is a Jamaican
sprinter, and is currently the
100m world record holder,
with a time of 9.77 seconds.100 M

Justin
Gatlin

American
sprinter.
who shares
the world
record in
the 100 m
sprint
(with
Asafa
Powell)
with a time
of 9.77
seconds.
He tested
positive
for drugs.

Men's World Record Times - 2000 to 2006
Apr 14, 2002 - Men's World Record
Khalid Khannouchi(USA) - 2:05:38
London Marathon, London, England

At the 2002 London Marathon, Khalid
Khannouchi, now running for America,
outran running legends Haile
Gebrselassie of Ethiopia and Paul Tergat
of Kenya while breaking his own three-
year-old world record by four seconds and
setting a new one of 2:05:38.

A world record
time from Khalid
Khannouchi
edges out
Kenya's Paul
Tergat and
Ethiopia's Haile
Gebrselassie

MARATHON
Sergei Bubka(\u0421\u0435\u0440\u0433\u0456\u0439 \u0411\u0443\u0431\u043a\u0430)

(born 4 December 1963) is a retired
Ukrainian pole vaulter. He
represented the Soviet Union before
its dissolution in 1991. He is widely
regarded as the best pole vaulter
ever and one of the best athletes of
modern times.

Bubka won 6 consecutive IAAF
World Championships, an
Olympics gold and broke the world
record for men's pole vaulting 35
times (17 outdoor and 18 indoor
records). He is the first to clear 6.0
metres and the first and only (as of
January 2007) to clear 6.10 metres
(20 feet).

He owns the current outdoor world
record of 6.14 metres on 31 July
1994 in Sestriere, Italy and the
current indoor world record of 6.15
meters on 21 February 1993 in
Donetsk, Ukraine

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