Seven Reasons Why Fitness Centre or Gym Sucks

>> January 30, 2011

This is a quick list about the crap things during practice especially in the private fitness centre or gymnasium. I suppose, I would lists many more stories concerning this matter but in this post I will focus the 7 regular habit of trainers and trainees that you will see in the fitness centres.

The story is not intended to pointing out some people out there. However, the most important thing when you step foot into the fitness centre is to exercise effectively, comfortably and enjoy. Therefore, kindly "be informed" and get ready about the following things before joining a gym or fitness centre.

1) Guys show-off
I do believe that each fitness centers elsewhere in the world has an idiot guy. These guys thought that they’re the king of weight training and trying to be the hero and show-off about their broad shoulder in spite of having weak core strength.

2) Over Hypertrophy
I would get sick to see a person who bulk up or over exploited the upper body muscles like the ultimate warrior while having pin-sized legs like a puppy dog.

3) Free Training Tips
Two situations, whether he will ask you for a training tips or he will voluntarily to become your consultant like an expert!

4) One pack or Six Packs
Good thing is at least the one-pack guys who want to get a six-packs asking you strategy and tips about abs workouts. But then you cannot bear those guys anymore, they start to report you each day about daily improvement of the abs. After that, they will get you with the topic of supplement food and etc. etc..

5) Smell
Everyone knows "breathing is crucial" during lifting weights or running at treadmills. But when a smell guy come to practice around you, then you better go home. Do you ever thought it ruins the quality of workouts? Sorry but to be honest you cannot breathe properly.

6) Warm up
Unless he or she is a true athlete, you'll not see people in the fitness centres do the warm up properly. One story in the past, one guy sees me doing half squat 180kg, he walks right to the next squat cage and attempted the same weight with terrible technique, and without warm up. Of course he failed at all of his attempts, and immediately back home.

7) "I've already 6 months in the gym doing weights, but no improvement".
Well, what you have done in six months? Non-functional workouts, non-systematic planning, spending the whole time talking about 6 packs, too much time on dumbbells, everything nonsense!

UPDATE (October 2012)
8) Subscription or the Fees
Exercise maximizes the qualify of life (health).  You can do your workouts anywhere you want to.  In order to do exercise regularly you may need different environments so you won't get bored. Many fitness centres today have introduced a "contract" system.  They like to call it "commitment". Once you have registered as member, they will hold you as long as they can.  I don't say this system is very negative.  From a positive perspective, this system would get you engaged with exercise regularly. But please get a clear clarification from the centre on this. Please read and understand their terms. In this system your credit card will continue to pay them even though you don't go to the centre anymore.  And in fact, if you want to stop subscription you will need to pay to deactivate your account.

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Complete Videos of Latest Athletics World Records

>> January 29, 2011

This is a part four (Women's field events) of Track and Field World Record's Videos.

Click here for part 1 (Men's track events),
Click here for part 2 (Men's field events),
Click here for part 3 (Women's track events)





High Jump
2.09m STEFKA KOSTADINOVA (Bulgaria), 1987 Rome ITA



Pole Vault
5.06m YELENA ISINBAYEVA (Russia), 2009 Zurich GER



Long Jump
7.52m GALINA CHISTYAKOVA (USSR), 1988 Leningrad USSR


Triple Jump
15.50m INESSA KRAVETS (Ukraine) 1995 Goteborg SWE



Shot Put
22.63m NATALYA LISOVSKAYA (USSR), 1987 Moscow USSR

will be embedded once it become available

Discus Throw
76.80m GABRIELA REINSCH (East Germany), 1988 Neubrandenburg GDR

will be embedded when it becomes available

Hammer Throw
78.30m ANITA WLODARCZYK (Poland), 2010 Bydgoszcz POL



Javelin Throw
72.28m BARBORA SPOTAKOVA (Czech Republic), 2008 Stuttgart GER



Heptathlon
7,291p JACKIE JOYNER-KERSEE (United States), 1988 Seoul KOR

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2011 Track and Field World Records

>> January 27, 2011

This is a part three (women's track events) of the Track and Field World Records' Videos. Click here for part 1 (men's track events), Click here for part 2 (men's field events)

100 Metres
10.49s FLORENCE GRIFFITH-JOYNER (United States), Indianapolis USA 1988


200 Metres
21.34s FLORENCE GRIFFITH-JOYNER (United States), Seoul KOR 1988


400 Metres
47.60s MARITA KOCH (East Germany) Milan ITA 1982


800 Metres
1:53.28s JARMILA KRATOCHVILOVA (East Germany) Munich GER 1983
-to be embedded once it become available

1500 Metres
3:50.46s Yunxia Qu (China), Beijing CHN 1993


5000 Metres
14:11.15 TIRUNESH DIBABA (Ethiopia,)Oslo NOR 2008
-to be embedded once it become available

10,000 Metres
29:31.78s WANG JUNXIA (China), Beijing CHN 1993


Marathon
2:15.25s PAULA RADCLIFFE (Great Britain, London ENG 2003


100 Metres Hurdles
12.21s YORDANKA DONKOVA (Bulgaria), Stara Zagora BUL 1986
-to be embedded once it become available

400 Metres Hurdles
52.34s YULIYA PECHONKINA (Russia), Tula RUS 2003
-to be embedded once it become available

3000 Metres Steeplechase
8:58.81s GULNARA SAMITOVA-GALKINA (Russia), Beijing CHN 2008


4x400 Metres Relay
3:15.17s USSR, Seoul KOR 1988
(Tatyana Ledovskaya, Olga Nazarova, Maria Pinigina, Olga Bryzgina)

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Latest Videos of Track and Field World Records (P2)

>> January 25, 2011

Video collection of the latest Track and Field World Records. Men's field events + decathlon (Part 2). Click here for part 1 (men's track events)

High Jump
2.45m JAVIER SOTOMAYOR (Cuba), Salamanca ESP 1993
Pole Vault
SERGEY BUBKA (Ukraine)
6.14m Sestriere ITA 1994
6.15m (i) Donetsk UKR 1993

Long Jump
8.95m MIKE POWELL (United States), Tokyo JPN 1991

Triple Jump
18.29m JONATHAN EDWARDS (Great Britain) , Gotenburg SWE 1995

Shot Put
23.12m RANDY BARNES (United States), California USA 1990

Discus Throw
74.08m JURGEN SCHULT (East Germany), Neubrandenburg GER 1986

Hammer Throw
86.74m YURIY SYEDIKH (USSR) ...2nd best performance

Javelin Throw
98.48m JAN ZELEZNY (Czech Republic), Jena GER 1996

Decathlon
9,026p ROMAN SEBRLE (Czech Republic), Gotzis AUT 2003

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Latest Track and Field World Records (Video Part 1)

>> January 20, 2011

Part 1 (men's track events) of video collection for each Track and Field World records.

100 Metres
9.58s USAIN BOLT (Jamaica), Berlin GER 2009


200 Metres
19.19s USAIN BOLT (Jamaica), Berlin GER 2009


400 Metres
43.18s MICHAEL JOHNSON (United States of America), Seville ESP 1999


800 Metres
1:41.01s DAVID RUSIDHA (Kenya), Rieti ITA 2010


1500 Metres
3:26.00S HICHAM EL GUERROUJ (Morocco), Rome ITA 1998


5,000 Metres
12:37.35s KENENISA BEKELE (Ethiopia), Hengelo NED 2004
-Video will be uploaded once it become available

10,000 Metres
26:17.53s KENENISA BEKELE (Ethiopia), Brussels BEL 2005


Marathon
2:03:59s HAILE GEBRSELASSIE (Ethiopia)


110 Metres Hurdles
12.87s DAYRON ROBLES (Cuba), Ostrava 2008


400 Meter Hurdles
46.78s KEVIN YOUNG (United States of America), Barcelona ESP 1992


3,000 Metres Steeplechase
7:53.63s SAIF SAAEED SHAHEEN (Qatar), Brussels BEL 2004
-Video will be uploaded once it become available

4 x 100 Metres Relay
37.10s JAMAICA (Nesta Carter, Michael Frater, Usain Bolt, Asafa Powell), Beijing CHN 2008


4X400 Metres Relay
2:54.20s UNITED STATES (Andrew Valmon, Quincy Watts, Butch Reynolds, Michael Johnson), Stuttgart GER 1993

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UPM Athletics Championship 2011

>> January 17, 2011

The UPM (University Putra Malaysia) athletics championship ended on Sunday after being held for three days at the UPM Stadium, Serdang. However, the competition was held too early in a season, obviously non beneficial to athletes who are going through the preparation phase at the moment.

Following are some major results from the competition:

MEN EVENTS

Triple Jump Final (14/1): 1, Firdaus Salim, 14.87m. 2, Syahrul Faiz, 14.35m. 3, Ammar Fitri Zainul, 14.03m.

High Jump Final (14/1): 1, Najwan Aqra, 1.93m.

400m Final (15/1): 1, Yunus Lasaleh, 50.3s.

Long Jump (15/1): 1, Syahrul Faiz, 7.01m.

5000m Final (16/01): 1, Jironi Riduan, 15:57.7s

Pole Vault Final: 1, Rafiuddin, 3.70m.

WOMEN EVENT

800m Final (14/01): 1, K. Gantimanthi, 2:28.6s.

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Gatorade Bolt Race: Lachie Turner Became the Fastest Footballer in Australia

>> January 14, 2011

Forget about your instincts on Cristiano Ronaldo’s 100 metres time. He has never done or tested on the neither time trial nor real race of the 100 metres.

At least the renowned rugby player, Jonah Lomu of New Zealand has run the 100 metres and recorded 10.8s but it was achieved during the high school time. But I definitely doubt about the accuracy of the time as it raised questions like “was it an official time from an official 100 m race?...”

Since myself an athletics statistician, I would put this kind of unofficial timing just outside of my “annual performance lists,” and not even under the “doubtful timing” section. Because in the statistics, the precise measure of performances are the fundamental criteria to ratified the records.

However, the “Gatorade Bolt Race” that was held on the 15th September, 2010 at Sydney Olympic Park in Australia was excellent. They have chosen the eight identified-fastest footballers from Soccer, Australian Rugby Union (ARU), National Rugby League (NRL) and Australian Football League (AFL) in Australia to compete in the 100 metres sprint.

The race was conducted on the synthetic running track by equipped with the auto-timing system (fully electronic time), used the standard starting blocks and all the players worn the sprint spike shoes and running vests. Unfortunately, i didn't see any wind gauge instrument at the 50m mark from the video?

Usain Bolt with Lachie Turner after the 100m race
Lachlan 'Lachie' David Turner emerged as the Australia’s fastest footballer and bagged AUD 20,000 prize money home. Turner, the winger of the NSW Waratahs (and Eastwood Rugby Club) clocked a time of 11.10s, and perhaps became the fastest footballer in the world!? Why not, I haven't seen any other faster race to test the 100m times among the football players like this?

There is no official analysis about the race, but as you can see, Turner has a better top end speed and he covered the whole distance in 48 strides, the same number of strides with Tim Montgomery when he broke the 100 metres’ World record (9.78s) in 2002.

Second place went to Turner’s teammate John Grant in 11.15s, while Jarryd Hayne of Parramatta Eels third in 11.20s. Without proper practice on the blocks and accelerations, those times are respectable especially the times should be on the top 40 fastest in the “2010 Malaysia’s Top Performers" for 100 metres.

Following are the full results and video.

1, Lachie Turner, 11.10s
2, John Grant, 11.15s
3, Jarryd Hayne, 11.20s
4, Josh Morris, 11.44s
5, Ben Barba, 11.45s
6, Nathan Gardner, 11.77s
7, Matthew Lewis, 11.99s
8, Greg Inglis, 12.48s





Video courtesy of TeamDump (linked from youtube.com)

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Malaysia's Athletics Calendar 2011 / Kalender Olahraga Malaysia 2011

>> January 11, 2011

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JANUARY COMPETITIONS VENUE
22 POA Perak Under Distance Ipoh
23 FTAAA Cross Country Tasik Perdana
FEBRUARY

02 Ironman International Triathlon Langkawi
12 2nd USM Open Relay 2011 USM, Penang
17 MSS Negeri Sembilan Cross Country Seremban
19 MSS Kelantan Cross Country TBD
19 Putrajaya Hari Wilayah Run Putrajaya
20 Anti-Corruption Run Dataran merdeka
26 MISC Walkaton TBD
MARCH

06 Penang Cross Country T. Kumbar
06 KL Towerton Menara KL
06 ARW/FTAAA Walk Championship Cheras Stadium
12 Kelantan AAA Track Meet TBD
13 Bareno Half Marathon National Stadium
13 20KM ASIAN RACE WALKING CHAMPS Nomi City, JAP
20 39th IAAF WORLD CROSS COUNTRY Punta Umbria, ESP
20 World Kidnet Day Run Dataran Merdeka
26 FTAAA Jump Events MSN Bukit Jalil
26-27 Perak AAA Walk Events Taiping
27 Malay Mail Big Walk Dataran Merdeka
APRIL

02 1st Kota Bahru Road Relays Carnival Kota Bahru
03 Kerian AAA Open Meet Bagan Serai
03 FTAAA All Comers MSN Bukit Jalil
08-11 MSS Perak Tg Malim
09 FTAAA Sprints Events Cheras Stadium
09 KOAM Technical Exam (1st Exam) All Centres
15-17 AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIP IN ATHLETICS Melbourne, AUS
16-17 Negeri Sembilan AAA Mixed Events Seremban
17 Perak AAA / NAVY Meet Tg Malim
22-25 THAILAND OPEN TRACK & FIELD Rangsit, THA
23 MAAU Grand Prix I Kuala Lumpur
23-24 Selangor AAA Junior Champs MSN Bukit Jalil
26-28 MSS Kelantan Kota Bahru
26-29 MSS Negeri Sembilan Seremban
29 South Kedah AAA Meet Kulim
31-01 May Perak AAA Junior & Open Meet Ipoh
MAY

06 Central Kedah AAA Meet Sg Petani
06 North Kedah AAA Meet Alor Star
07 FTAAA Throws MSN Bukit Jalil
07-08 Pahang AAA Open Athletics Meet Kuantan
08 Coca Cola Run Dataran Merdeka
12 IAAF WORLD CHALLENGE MEETING Daegu, KOR
13-14 Kedah AAA Open Athletics Meet Alor Star
15 IAAF SAMSUNG DIAMOND LEAGUE Shanghai, CHN
15 FTAAA/Milo 1st Talent Identification Cheras Stadium
20-22 PHILIPPINES NATIONAL OPEN TRACK & FIELD Manila, PHI
20-24 MSSM (Malaysian Schools Athletics Championship) Ipoh
22 Ekiden Relay Putrajaya
22 ASIAN GRAND PRIX I Jiaxing, CHN
26 ASIAN GRAND PRIX II Kunshan, CHN
29 ASIAN GRAND PRIX III Wujiang, CHN
JUNE

05 ARW/FTAAA Walk Championship Cheras Stadium
18 FTAAA Middle Long Distance Events Cheras Stadium
19 Ipoh Starwalk Ipoh
22-24 Armed Force Athletics Championship
24-28 ASIAN SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP JAPAN
26 Standard Chartered KL Marathon Dataran Merdeka
TBC Malaysian Universities Athletics Championship TBC
JULY

02 Kelantan AAA Field Events Kota Bahru
02-03 72nd Selangor AAA Open Athletics Championship MSN Bukit Jalil
03 Penang Hill Climb Youth Park
03 Ipoh International Run Ipoh
03 FTAAA/Milo 2nd Talent Identification Cheras Stadium
07 Penang Open & U17 Athletics Championship City Stadium
07-08 Negeri Sembilan AAA Open Athletics Championship Seremban
07-10 19TH ASIAN CHAMPIONSHIP IN ATHLETICS Kobe, JAP
09 Perak AAA Quadrangular Meet TBC
09-10 FTAAA State Championship MSN Bukit Jalil
10 Siemens Run Dataran Merdeka
10 Seremban Half Marathon Seremban
16-17 MAAU CLOSED ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIP TBC
17 Olympic Day Run Dataran merdeka
17 13TH ASIAN MARATHON CHAMPIONSHIP Pattaya, THA
24 FTAAA 12 hrs Run Circuit Putrajaya
30 Shape Run Putrajaya
AUGUST

12-24 WORLD UNIVERSITY GAMES (UNIVERSIADE) Shenzhen, CHN
20 Kelantan AAA Walk Event Kota Bahru
20-21 SINGAPORE OPEN ATHLETICS MEET Singapore
27-04.09 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP IN ATHLETICS Daegu, KOR
SEPTEMBER

03 MAAU GRAND PRIX II Kuala Lumpur
07-11 COMMONWEALTH YOUTH GAMES Isle of Man
11 FTAAA/Milo 3rd Talent Identification Cheras Stadium
11 Starwalk Penang I.S.A
24 KOAM Technical Exam (2nd Exam) All Centres
24-25 MALAYSIA OPEN ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIP
OCTOBER

02 Tanjung 10KM Run Sepoy Lines
10 City Run Komtar
15-16 Perak AAA All Comers Ipoh
29-30 Genting Trailbrazer Genting
NOVEMBER

11-20 SEA GAMES Palembang, INA
14 Powerman TBD
DECEMBER

18 Penang Round The Island Esplande

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2nd USM Open Relay 2011: Events, Prizes Money, Entry Form

>> January 08, 2011

RM 19,000.00 to be won in this athletics meet and you might think it will be a long distance (road) event as the total prize money seems "illogical" for track and field in Malaysia.

But yes, it is a track event that offers the highest prizes money in the history of Malaysian athletics.

The 2011 USM Open Relays is an annual "Relays Gala" that will be held at the USM (University Science Malaysia) stadium in Penang, all-day (8.00am - 10.00pm) on the February 12, 2011.

There will be seven categories offered in the meet that restricted the entries to the local athletes only.

Events, prizes money and entry fees are as follow:

1) CHILDREN (12y and below):
> Events: 4x50m and 2x100m.
> Prizes: 1st RM 100, 2nd RM 80, 3rd RM 60.
> Entry: RM 15.

2) JUNIOR (19y and below):
> Events: 4x200m, 4x800m, 4x100m mixed, Medley 200m-200m-400m-800m.
> Prizes money: 1st RM 150, 2nd RM 130, 3rd RM 110
> Entry: RM 40

3) INSTITUTION OF HIGHER LEARNING (IPT):
> Events: 4x200m, 4x800m, 4x100m mixed, Medley 200m-200m-400m-800m.
> Prizes money: 1st RM 180, 2nd RM 150, 3rd RM 120
> Entry: RM 50

4) OPEN:
> Events: 4x200m, 4x800m, 4x1600m, 4x100m mixed, Medley 200m-200m-400m-800m.
> Prizes money: 1st 320, 2nd RM 250, 3rd 180
> Entry: RM 70

5) JUNIOR VETERAN (39-49y):
> Events: 4x800m, Medley 200m-200m-400m-800m.
> Prizes money: 1st RM 220, 2nd RM 170, 3rd 150
> Entry: RM 60

6) SENIOR VETERAN (50y and above):
> Events: 4x800m, Medley 200m-200m-400m-800m.
> Prizes money: 1st RM 220, 2nd RM 170, 3rd RM 150
> Entry: RM 60

7) INTERDESA (Restricted to USM student):
> Events: 4x100m Mixed, Medley 200m-200m-400m-800m.
> Prizes money: 1st RM 120, 2nd 110, 3rd RM 100
> Entry: RM 20

Download the entry form here: Malay version, English version

Information and photo courtesy of official website USM Open Relays 2011

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Usain Bolt Unveils His Secret on MY STORY

>> January 07, 2011


I've written about some interesting facts about Usain Bolt but here is the real story about Usain Bolt being the fastest man on the planet.

In the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, Bolt shaken the full-capacity bird's nest stadium by smashing three world records, in the 100m (9.69s), 200m (19.30s) and 4x100m (37.10s).

And, it was said to be almost impossible to run below the 9.60 in the 100m, but Bolt lowered again his incredible 9.69s to an unbelievable 9.58s during the 2009 IAAF World Championship in Athletics in Berlin. A few days later, Bolt destroyed his own 200 metres' world record 19.30s to an amazing 19.19s....

> get one MY STORY to continue reading ...

And then the conclusion is this man is the greatest sprinter of all-time or the King of Sprint for real!. Click on the photo or here to make an order.

Recommended stuff of Usain Bolt:

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Top 10 Track and Field Stories in 2010

>> January 03, 2011

Happy New Year 2011 to everyone. I would like to thank to all the readers of AdrianSprints.com, which has been steadly increasing and contributed about 60,000 hits throughout the 2010. I wish you all the very best in your commitments and dreams in 2011.

This year will be interesting as the IAAF World Championship in athletics will continue to crown the world champion titles to athletes during its 12th edition. This Championship will be held in Deagu, South Korea from August 27 - September 04. Apart from that, we also have the biggest multi-sports event this year, the World University Games (Universiade) that is scheduled on August 12 -23 in Shenzhen, China.

In Asia level, Asian Championship in Athletics (ATF) is scheduled on July 07-10 in Kobe, Japan. But before that, Indonesia will be the host for the bi-annual Southeast Asian Games, SEA Games in Jakarta.

For Malaysian athletes, the best chance to beat the qualification marks for all above meets will be during the Malaysian Games (SUKMA) on June which is now upgraded as a senior games, thus became the biggest multi-sports event at the country.

With the continued support from you, we'll continue our effort in bringing the maximum coverage for these events and of course to provide much more useful information and news in 2011. Stay tuned with AdrianSprints.com. All your support is greatly appreciated

Following are the top 10 track and field stories during the 2010:

1) Top 10 Most Impressive Performances in Athletics for 2010, Top Asian Athlete and Top New Comer

2) 15th AUG Chiang Mai 2010 - 100m & 400m Videos, Athletics Results Day 1 ( Part 1)

3) How Fast Can Cristiano Ronaldo Run in the 100m?

4) Carl Lewis (Tom Tellez) Training & Race Approach: Microcycle, Weight Training, Core Stabilization, and Race Strategy (Part 2)

5) Interesting facts about Usain Bolt

6) 87th Malaysia Open Track and Field Championship 2010, Results Day 1 (Part 4)

7) Energy System In Track and Field

8) 14th Asian Junior Athletics Championship 2010

9) 15th AUG Chiang Mai 2010 - 100m & 400m Videos, Athletics Results Day 1 ( Part 1)

10) 400Meters: Indonesia VS Malaysia VS Philippines VS Thailand (All-Time Top Performers)


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Usain Bolt ‘Elected’ as the Greatest Male Sprinter of All-Time

>> January 01, 2011

Distribution of votes to pick 'the greatest sprinter of all-time'
Usain Bolt is ‘officially’ the greatest sprinter of all-time based on a one year survey of public opinion poll from January 01 - December 31, 2010 to pick the greatest sprinter in the history at a sport’s website, AdrianSprints.com which has its readers from more than 100 countries.

Usain Bolt outclassed seven others sprinters likes Asafa Powell, Ben Johnson, Bob Hayes, Carl Lewis, Jesse Owens, Maurice Greene, and Michael Johnson with an unanimous decision of 60% votes.

For the record, Bolt breaks 7 world records in the sprint events within 2 years, 2008-2009 and holds the current world records in the 100m, 200m and 4x100m. He became the first human to run below 9.70s and 9.60s in the 100m. He also won 6 gold medals at the Olympics and World Championships.

The winner of 17 gold medals at the Olympics and World Championships, Carl Lewis gets second-highest votes with 12.3%. Behind Lewis was a former world’s 100m record holder Asafa Powell in 7.4% votes. Powell has the most sub 10s 100 metres of all time with 65.

The most successful long sprints (200-400m) athlete ever, Michael Johnson gets 5.2% votes, the 4th highest. Johnson holds the world records in 400m and 4x400m and has the world best mark in 300m.

Meanwhile, this poll also gave the chance to the readers to pick their own athletes. Therefore, ‘others athletes’ crept into 5th place by a 4.5% votes. I guess that it must be the votes whether for Tommie Smith or Jim Hines or Linford Christie or Tyson Gay.

Jesse Owens who won 4 gold medals at the 1936 Olympics gets 3.5% votes. Merely behind Owens was Maurice Greene, who holds the current 60m world record. Greene had become the three-time world champion at 100m, and also has run 53 times sub 10s. He got 3.2% votes.

Ben Johnson, the man who shaken the world by his incredible 9.79s in the century dash back in 1988 Olympics, however ended up with 2.3% votes, and that's really underrated!

Finally, ‘bullet’ Bob Hayes, the 1964 Olympic champion who became the first man to break under 10s in any conditions, has got the lowest rating with 1.6% votes.

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