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• Collins storms 9.93 seconds in Bottrop

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Kim Collins of Saint Kitt and Nevis stormed to a victory breaking his own national record at Sunday's NRW Gala in Bottrop, Germany.

 The 40-year-old former world 100m champion Collins clocked 9.93 seconds to  smoke the men's 100m field in Bottrop on May 29. The Saint Kitt and Nevis sprinter beat American Joe Morris by 0.22 seconds. Great Britain's Olympic hope Adam Gemili  finished in third in 10.19 seconds. 

Collins running 9.93 seconds broke his own national record of 9.96 seconds he set 2 years ago in London. 

Men's 100m Results | Full meet results here>>

Rk. StNr. Name Jg. Nat. Verein Leistung  
1. 17 Collins Kim 1976 SKN St. Kitts u. Nevis 9.93 1./II
2. 19 Morris Joe 1989 USA USA 10.15 2./II
3. 10 Gemili Adam 1993 GBR Großbritannien 10.19 3./II
4. 5 Smellie Gavin 1986 CAN Kanada 10.28 4./II
5. 451 Ruth Maximilian 1994 WE TV Wattenscheid 01 10.47 5./II
6. 447 Ugo Kevin 1995 WE TV Wattenscheid 01 10.47 6./II
7. 214 Dorow Cristobal Julian 1996 NO Moerser TV 10.69 1./I
8. 207 Rössel David 1991 NO Leichtathleten Gem. Meckenheim 10.72 2./I
9. 321 Weber Christopher 1991 WE LG Olympia Dortmund 10.79 3./I




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