Sprint Test Results

Speed or sprint tests are commonly conducted as part of a fitness test battery. The test can be conducted over a range of distances, such as 40 meters or 40 yards, and using stopwatches or timing gates. Over 100 meters, the Olympic sprint distance, the world record is held by Usain Bolt, currently at 9.58 seconds which he ran at the 2009 IAAF World Championships. See a video of his 9.69 seconds WR run at the Beijing Olympics. In this race the last 40m of this race was reportedly covered in 4.19 sec.

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