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Gail Devers of USA won in 10.94s

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Q: What was the winning time for the womens 1996 Olympic 100 meters dash?
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Who was the 1996 100 meters olympic champion?

Mens: Donovan Bailey of Canada - 9.84 seconds-OR (olympic record)Womens: Gail Devers of the United States - 10.94 seconds

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Yes it is. In addition to the mens game, womens soccer was added to the Olympic program in 1996.

Who won the gold medal in 1996 in the womens 100 meters hurdles?

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Who won the womens 100 meters dash in 1996?

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What country fielded 1996 Olympic womens teams that won gold in basketball and softball?

The United States of America.

Is soccer an Olympics sport?

Yes it is. In addition to the mens game, womens soccer was added to the Olympic program in 1996.

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What is the olympic 400m womens record?

As of the 2008 Games, the Olympic record in the women's 400 meter dash is held by Maria-Jose Perec of France who ran a time of 48.25 seconds at the 1996 Games in Atlanta.

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Who were the 2008 olympic high jump champions?

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