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Top 10 Fastest People In The World Of All Time

It's the Olympic season and the whole world is watching.  Some of us are getting motivated, we want to go out and be more active.  I know I do and I know you do too.  My motivation lead me into doing some research on the fastest people in the world. Why? To study them and find out the "why and how"  they do what they do. Just in case you are curious as I am.  Here is the most recent list.  Check it out below.  

10. Bruny Surin: He ran his fastest on August 22, 1999.  His run time in the 100m race was 9.84s. 
9. Donovan Bailey: He ran his fastest on July 27, 9196.  His run time in the 100m race was 9.84s.
8. Steve Mullings: He ran his fastest in 2001. His fast run time in the 100m race was 9.80s.
7. Justin Gatlin: He ran his fastest in 2006.  His run time in the 100m race was 9.79s.
6. Maurice Greene: He ran his fastest in 1994. His run time in the 100m race was 9.79s. 

5. Nesta Carter: He ran his fastest in 2010. His fastest run time in the 100m race was 9.78s.
4. Asafa Powell: He ran his fastest in 2008. His run time in the 100m race was 9.72s.
3. Yohan Blake: He ran his fastest in 2009. His run time in the 100m race was 9.69s.
2. Tyson Gay: He ran his fastest in 2008. His run time in the 100m race was 9.68s.
1. Usain Blot: He ran his fastest in 2019. His run time in the 100m race was 9.58s.


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