• Japan's Sani Brown sets CR to win gold in 100m at world youth championships in Cali

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Japanese sprinter Abdul Hakim Sani Brown set a new championships record of 10.28 seconds at the boys 100m final during the opening day of  IAAF World youth championships in Cali, Colombia on Wednesday.

During the morning session, Sani Brown broke the CR by winning heat 1 in 10.30 seconds. He repeated the same mark when he won the semi final 2.

In the final event of the first day,  the Japanese youngster powered to a new personal best and championships record of 10.28 seconds to win first medal for his country in this championships.

Second day and silver medal for Brazil won Derick Silva, who clocked 10.49 seconds, while Great Britain's  Rechmial Miller took bronze with a time of 10.49 seconds.

 

Boys 100m Final Results World Youth Championships Cali Colombia

POS ATHLETE COUNTRY MARK
Reaction Time
1 Abdul Hakim Sani Brown JPN JPN 10.28 CR 0.172
2 Derick Silva BRA BRA 10.49
0.168
3 Rechmial Miller GBR GBR 10.59
0.157
4 Oliver Bromby GBR GBR 10.60
0.165
5 Chuba Nwachukwu CAN CAN 10.60
0.152
6 Milo Skupin-Alfa GER GER 10.67
0.195
7 Daisuke Miyamoto JPN JPN 10.78
0.175
8 Paulo Andre de Oliveira BRA BRA 10.83
0.172

 

 

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