American Sprinter, Justin Gatlin Breaks Usain Bolt’s 100m Record


American sprinter, Justin Gatlin has broken Usain Bolt‘s 100m record of 9.58seconds on a Japanese TV show but sadly the race was not recorded.

The 34-year-old smashed ran 9.45 seconds at the Japanese TV show called, Kasupe!.

Gatlin’s record finish will however not be recorded as he was backed by a wind machine blasting 20mph gusts has he finished down the track.

Since returning from a four-year doping ban in 2010, Gatlin has been Bolt’ main rival and dominated the sprinting season of 2015 World Championship in Beijing.

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It’s all about growth and getting better and better,” Gatlin told a news conference in Brussels when asked about how he could beat Bolt last year.

The margin of the race is getting smaller and smaller. I just have to make sure I step my game up.”

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