Olympics-Athletics-Men's 100m winners/times

Tue Jul 31, 2012 2:19pm GMT
 

LONDON, July 31 (Reuters) - List of men's 100m winners and
their times in seconds since the first modern Olympic Games in
Athens in 1896
 Venue       Winner           Nationality         Time   Year
 Athens      Thomas Burke     United States       12.0   1896
 Paris       Frank Jarvis     U.S.                11.0   1900
 St. Louis   Charles Hahn     U.S.                11.0   1904
 London      Reginald Walker  South Africa        10.8   1908
 Stockholm   Ralph Craig      U.S.                10.8   1912
 Antwerp     Charles Paddock  U.S.                10.8   1920
 Paris       Harold Abrahams  Britain             10.6   1924
 Amsterdam   Percy Williams   Canada              10.8   1928
 Los Angeles Eddie Tolan      U.S.                10.3   1932
 Berlin      Jesse Owens      U.S.                10.3   1936
 London      Harrison Dillard U.S.                10.3   1948
 Helsinki    Lindy Remigino   U.S.                10.4   1952
 Melbourne   Bobby Morrow     U.S.                10.5   1956
 Rome        Armin Hary       West Germany        10.2   1960
 Tokyo       Robert Hayes     U.S.                10.0   1964
 Mexico City Jim Hines        U.S.                 9.95  1968
 Munich      Valery Borzov    Soviet Union        10.14  1972
 Montreal    Hasely Crawford  Trinidad and Tobago 10.06  1976
 Moscow      Allan Wells      Britain             10.25  1980
 Los Angeles Carl Lewis       U.S.                 9.99  1984
 Seoul       Carl Lewis       U.S.                 9.92  1988
 Barcelona   Linford Christie Britain              9.96  1992
 Atlanta     Donovan Bailey   Canada               9.84  1996
 Sydney      Maurice Greene   U.S.                 9.87  2000
 Athens      Justin Gatlin    U.S.                 9.85  2004
 Beijing     Usain Bolt       Jamaica              9.69  2008 

 (Editing by Tom Pilcher)
 
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