Florence Griffith Joyner has the record for the fastest times in the women's 100 meter race. She currently holds the top 3 fastest times of 10.49 seconds, 10.61, and 10.62 seconds.
Shelly-Ann Fraser of Jamaica won the 100m in 10.78s. Veronica Campbell-Brown of Jamaica won the 200m in 21.74s.
10.49s run by Florence Griffiths Joyner of USA in Seoul in 1988.
Shelly-Ann Fraser of Jamaica.
There is no 150 meter sprint at the Olympics.
Yuliya Nesterenko of Belarus in 2004 and Shelly-Ann Fraser of Jamaica in 2008.
At the 2008 Games in Beijing:1) Cycling - women's individual road race, women's sprint, women's 3000 meter individual pursuit, men's 4000 meter team pursuit, men's 4000 meter individual pursuit, men's team sprint, men's kierin, men's sprint.2) Sailing - women's three person keelboat, men's one person dinghy, men's two person keelboat, mixed one person dinghy.3) Swimming - women's 400 meter freestyle, women's 800 meter freestyle.4) Rowing - men's lightweight double sculls, men's coxless fours.5) Canoeing - men's 1000 meter kayak singles.6) Boxing - men's middleweight class.7) Athletics - women's 400 meter run.
100m - 9.69s 200m - 19.30s
Gold medal races in the men's 50 meter freestyle, women's 800 meter freestyle, women's 200 meter backstroke, and men's 100 meter butterfly were held on August 16, 2008.
Men. Usain Bolt, 2008, 9.58 seconds for a 100 meter sprint.
That was cyclist Chris Hoy at the 2008 Games in Beijing when he won gold in men's 1000 meter sprint, kierin, and team sprint.
Through the 2008 Games in Beijing, Australian men have won two medals in the 100 meter sprint: 1) 1900 - Stanley Rowley, bronze 2) 1956 - Hector Hogan, bronze
The fastest man in the world is Usain Bolt. He set the world record for the 100 meter sprint. He ran up to 100 meters in 9.58 seconds.