Athletics: Ronnie Baker Breaks The 100m Record
Ronnie Baker recorded the fastest 100m time of the season by timing 9.87 seconds as he won at the Chorzow meeting in Poland.
It implied that the 24-year-old brought down his own best record, and also the season’s best of 9.88 seconds. The world indoor 60m bronze medallist, additionally obscured Usain Bolt’s past gathering record of 9.98, which was set in 2014.
La carrera de 9.87 de Ronnie Baker pic.twitter.com/fjfBhJcZ7q
— juanma bellón (@juanmacorre) 22 August 2018
The execution by the 24-year-old in this southern Polish city cut 0.01 from his own particular best time.
Baker charged the race, finishing more than 0.20 before sprinter, Mike Rodgers, who coordinated 10.10. World and European 200m champ, Ramil Guliyev of Turkey came third clocking 10.24.
Now, Ronnie will have the chance to win the Diamond League title which is scheduled to be held in Brussels on 31 August.
— 🌎T&F OLYMPIAD 🏟 #ThirdWorld 🖍 #LatinAmericans (@TFOLYMPIAD) 22 August 2018
Ronnie Baker running a WL of 9.87 last night in Poland. Not much to make of it being the end of season and no major championship this season.
— Steven Castellino (@steven_casta21) 23 August 2018
We have a new World Lead in the men’s 100m as Ronnie Baker @ronnie_baker14 demolishes the field in Poland to run 9.87, a PB as well. Wind was -.1 m/s.
— RFD Athletic Performance (@RFDAthletics) 22 August 2018
Ronnie Baker is now the fastest man in 2018 as he dipped to the World Lead timing in the Men’s 100m after clocking 9.87s in Poland.
— Al Mike (@MikeAzrail) 23 August 2018
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