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• Bolt Dominates 100m in Ostrava

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Usain Bolt dominated the 100m dash clocking his season's best at the 2016 Ostrava Golden Spike on Friday, May 20.

The 6-time Olympic champion blew away the men's 100m field with a very dominant  run to win his second 100m race of the year in  9.98 seconds in Czech city of  Ostrava. The second place finisher Ramon Gittens finished 0.23 seconds behind Bolt. The third place in the men's 100m took Hassan Taftian of  Iran who clocked 10.36 seconds.

Meanwhile Germany's Thomas Rohler threw a new world lead of 87.37m to win the men's javelin.

Other world leads in Ostrava include Poland's Konrad Bukowiecki in the men's shot put of 21.01m, while  a day earlier Polish throwers  Pawel Fayed 80.66m  and Anita Wlodarczyk 78.54m set world hammer throw world leads. 

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Men's 100m results Ostrava Golden Spike 2016

Rank  Athlete Nation Result Reaction time
1 BOLT Usain JAM
SB 9.98
0.162
2 GITTENS Ramon BAR
SB 10.21
0.164
3 TAFTIAN Hassan IRI
10.25
0.174
4 LEHATA Mosito LES
10.36
0.150
5 KOFFI Wilfried CIV
10.38
0.237
6 ROGERS Jason SKN
10.41
0.149
7 GRIFFITHS Adrian BAH
10.43
0.179



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