Lerone Clarke and Osayemi Oludamola Crowned as the Sprint King and Queen at 2010 Commonwealth Games, Full Results, Videos

>> October 07, 2010

Lerone Clarke of Jamaica crowned the king sprint of the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi today.

The 29-year-old held off a strong finish with a 49 strides to cross the line in 10.12s, ahead of burly Englishman, Mark Lewis-Francis (10.20s) and Trinidad and Tobago’s Aaron Armstrong (10.24s).

Lerone Clarke has a personal record of 9.99s and he is on the rank number six or seven in the 100m in Jamaica.

Meanwhile Osayemi Oludamola of Nigeria who finished second in 11.32s had been reawarded the gold medal after a disqualification of Australia’s Sally Pearson. Natasha Mayers of St Vincent and The Grenadines took the silver in 11.37s while English, Katherine Endacott who did a personal best of 11.44s grabbed the bronze medal.

Sally Pearson was disqualified for false start after being declared a winner in the women’s 100m run following protest by England athletics team.

Here is a snippet of my first article right after the finals:


The 2010 edition of Commonwealth Games saw most of top sprint athletes withdrew including Usain Bolt, Asafa Powell, Nesta Carter, Dwain Chambers, Richard Thompson Steve Mulling, Michael Frater, Marvin Anderson, Daniel Bailey, and top female sprinters Veronica Campbell-Brown, Kerron Stewart and Kelly-Ann Baptiste because the event is taking place too late in the year or outside of the athletics season.

Results are as follow:



Video of Men and Women 100m Finals:

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