Rico Newroo holds the record for the fastest three-mile run at 13:45:21.
The American record for the mile run is 3:46.91 held by Alan Webb set in July, 2007.
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Hicham El Guerrouj of Morocco holds the world record for the fastest mile with a time of 3:43.13- Indeshaw Ad
Wilson Kipketer holds a record of 1 minute 41.11 second half mile.
There is no way to categorize someone as being the fastest because of all the different distances that can be run. But the person who holds in the record time in the 100m is Florence Griffith Joyner.
AnswerKenenisa Bekele of Ethiopia holds the world record in the 5000 meters (3.1 miles), 12:37.35. The IAAF no longer keeps track of events measured in English units with the exception of the mile run.
Usain Bolt who is Jamaican, currently holds the record, able to run 100 meters in 9.58 seconds.
As of May 9, 2014, Jay Lagasse holds the United States record for the fastest 1.5 mile run. He ran that distances in a little over 5 minutes during a Navy Physical Readiness Test.
the australian record would be the fastest time ever run by an australian (it's the same concept with other countries, i.e. American record, British record, etc.) the olympic record is the fastest time ever run in the olympics, and the commonwealth record is the fastest time ever run in the commonwealth games. and of course, the world record is the fastest time ever run. the olympic record can only be set in the olympics, and the commonwealth record can only be set in the commonwealth games. the australian and world record can be set anywhere at any time.
The record for the fastest mile run the high school track is 3.53.43.
Well, the fastest a cheetah can run is 112km/h. That's the fastest on record.
Hicham El Guerrouj
Barry Bonds holds the single season home run record with 73 set in 2001, and holds the record for career home runs with 762, set in 2007.
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Barry Bonds holds the record with 762 home runs.
Currently, John Baker holds the record at 8 days, 9 hours, 46 minutes, and 39 seconds in 2011.
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Asafa Powell from Jamaica ran 100m in 9.74 seconds. (he holds the fastest time for 100m)