The typical time is a mid 2 minute (2:30). The faster times reach 2 flat and under.
1 :46 for "A" standard and 1:48 for "B" standard. "B" is like a alt.
The fastest time ever for the Men's 100 meter is 9.63 seconds. This was accomplished by Usain Bolt who has been dubbed the fastest man alive.
The fastest men's time recorded at London was run in 2011 by Emmanuel Mutai in a time of 2:04:40.
Paul Ruto of Kenya
1:41.11 by Wilson Kipketer of Denmark in 1997.
Hicham El Guerrouj
Abubaker Kaki 1:43.09
The fastest time that anyone has ever ran a mile is 3:43:13. It was by Hicham El Guerrouj of Morroco on July 7th, 1999 in Rome.
As of July 2011: Men: 12:37.35 Women: 14:11.15
Clayton Murphy was the bronze medalist in the Men's 800m Event at the Rio 2016 Olympics.
The fastest 1k ever can only be based on the fastest 2k, as 1k isn't a common test. So the fastest known 1k time is 2:48 on the rowing machine by Rob Waddell of New Zealand and 2:39 (on water) by the Canadian Men's Eight.