• Yohan Blake Advances to 100m Final with the Fastest Time in the Semi Finals

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Yohan Blake of Jamaica cruised into the final of the 100 metres at the Commonwealth Games on Sunday 8 April.  

The former World champion comfortably clocked 10.06 seconds the fastest time in semis to qualify for 100m final with will take place on Monday 9 April.

"This is not a good time for me in the season but I want to make it very special for Australia and I came here and I feel good," said Blake, who also was the quickest in the heats with 10.15 seconds.

"There's always a lot more in the tank. I feel good, 10.06, I am feeling comfortable, anything is possible." Blake told reporters after the race.

Men's 100m Final Start List

Lane Name    PB SB

2 Seye OGUNLEWE NGR     10.12 10.20

3 Jason ROGERS SKN    10.01 10.18

4 Kemar HYMAN CAY    9.95 10.10

5 Enoch Olaoluwa ADEGOKE NGR 10.19 10.19

6 Adam GEMILI ENG    9.97 10.08

7 Yohan BLAKE JAM    9.69 9.90

8 Akani SIMBINE RSA     9.89 9.94

9 Henricho BRUINTJIES RSA     9.97 10.06

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