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World Record progression 100 m men

The first World Record in the 100 m for men (athletics) was recognised by the International Association of Athletics Federations in 1912.

Manual Timing
TimeRunnerPlaceDate
10,6Don Lippincott[?] (USA)StockholmJuly 6, 1912
10,6Jackson Scholz[?] (USA)Stockholm, SwedenSeptember 16, 1920
10,4Charlie Paddock (USA)Redlands, CaliforniaApril 23, 1921
10,4Eddie Tolan (USA)StockholmAugust 8, 1929
10,4Eddie Tolan (USA)Copenhagen, DenmarkAugust 25, 1929
10,3Percy Williams (CAN)Toronto, OntarioAugust 9, 1930
10,3Eddie Tolan (USA)Los Angeles, CaliforniaAugust 1, 1932
10,3Ralph Metcalfe[?] (USA)Budapest, HungaryAugust 12, 1933
10,3Eulace Peacock[?] (USA)Oslo, NorwayAugust 6, 1934
10,3Chris Berger[?] (NED)Amsterdam, NetherlandsAugust 26, 1934
10,3Ralph Metcalfe[?] (USA)Osaka, JapanSeptember 15, 1934
10,3Ralph Metcalfe[?] (USA)Dairen[?], ChinaSeptember 23, 1934
10,3Takayoshi Yoshioka[?] (JPN)Tokyo, JapanJune 15, 1935
10,2Jesse Owens (USA)Chicago, IllinoisJune 20, 1936
10,2Harold Davis[?] (USA)Compton, CaliforniaJune 6, 1941
10,2Lloyd LaBeach[?] (PAN)Fresno, CaliforniaMay 15, 1948
10,2Barney Ewell[?] (USA)Evanston, IllinoisJuly 9, 1948
10,2Emmanuel McDonald Bailey[?] (GBR)Belgrade, YugoslaviaAugust 25, 1951
10,2Heinz Fütterer[?] (FRG)Yokohama, JapanOctober 31, 1954
10,2Bobby Joe Morrow (USA)Houston, TexasMay 19, 1956
10,2Ira Murchison[?] (USA)ComptonJune 1, 1956
10,2Bobby Joe Morrow (USA)Bakersfield, CaliforniaJune 22, 1956
10,2Ira Murchison[?] (USA)Los AngelesJune 29, 1956
10,2Bobby Joe Morrow (USA)Los AngelesJune 29, 1956
10,1Willie Williams[?] (USA)Berlin, GermanyAugust 3, 1956
10,1Ira Murchison[?] (USA)BerlinAugust 4, 1956
10,1Leamon King[?] (USA)Ontario, CaliforniaOctober 20, 1956
10,1Leamon King[?] (USA)Santa Ana, CaliforniaOctober 27, 1956
10,1Ray Norton[?] (USA)San Jose, CaliforniaApril 18, 1959
10,0Armin Hary (FRG)Zurich, SwitzerlandJune 21, 1960
10,0Harry Jerome[?] (CANADA)Saskatoon, SaskatchewanJuly 15, 1960
10,0Horacio Esteves[?] (VEN)Caracas, VenezuelaAugust 15, 1964
10,0Bob Hayes (USA)TokyoOctober 15, 1964
10,0Jim Hines (USA)Modesto, CaliforniaMay 27, 1967
10,0Enrique Figuerola[?] (CUB)BudapestJune 17, 1967
10,0Paul Nash[?] (RSA)Krugersdorp[?], South AfricaApril 2, 1968
10,0Oliver Ford[?] (USA)Albuquerque, New MexicoMay 31, 1968
10,0Charles Greene[?] (USA)Sacramento, CaliforniaJune 20, 1968
10,0Roger Bambuck[?] (FRA)SacramentoJune 20, 1968
9,9Jim Hines (USA)SacramentoJune 20, 1968
9,9Ronnie Ray Smith[?] (USA)SacramentoJune 20, 1968
9,9Charles Greene[?] (USA)SacramentoJune 20, 1968
9,9Eddie Hart[?] (USA)Eugene, OregonJuly 1, 1972
9,9Reynaud Robinson[?] (USA)EugeneJuly 1, 1972
9,9Steve Williams[?] (USA)Los AngelesJune 21, 1972
9,9Silvio Leonard[?] (CUB)Ostrava[?], CzechoslovakiaJune 5, 1975
9,9Steve Williams[?] (USA)Siena, ItalyJuly 16, 1975
9,9Steve Williams[?] (USA)BerlinAugust 22, 1975
9,9Steve Williams[?] (USA)Gainesville, FloridaMarch 27, 1976
9,9Harvey Glance[?] (USA)Columbia, South CarolinaApril 3, 1976
9,9Harvey Glance[?] (USA)Baton Rouge, LouisianaMay 1, 1976
9,9Don Quarrie[?] (JAM)ModestoMay 22, 1976

Electronic Timing
TimeRunnerPlaceDatee
9,95Jim Hines (USA)Mexico City, MexicoOctober 14, 1968
9,93Calvin Smith[?] (USA)Colorado Springs, ColoradoJuly 3, 1983
9,93Carl Lewis (USA)Rome, ItalyAugust 30, 1987
9,92Carl Lewis (USA)Seoul, South KoreaSeptember 24, 1988
9,90Leroy Burrell[?] (USA)New York, New YorkJune 14, 1991
9,86Carl Lewis (USA)TokyoAugust 25, 1991
9,85Leroy Burrell[?] (USA)Lausanne, SwitzerlandJuly 6, 1994
9,84Donovan Bailey (CAN)Atlanta, GeorgiaJuly 29, 1996
9,79Maurice Greene (USA)Athens, GreeceJune 16, 1999
9,78Tim Montgomery (USA)Paris, FranceSeptember 14, 2002



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