As of January 1, 1988 the world record for the women's 100 meter dash was held by Evelyn Ashford of the United States at a time of 10.76 seconds. Florence Griffith-Joyner broke the women's world record in the 100 meters on July 16, 1988 with a time of 10.61 seconds at the United States Olympic trials. The following day (July 17, 1988) she again broke the world record with a time of 10.49 seconds. This record has not been broken since.
The record is 10.49 have fun trying to beat that time :)
Florence Griffiths Joyner (USA) 10.49s and 21.34s
10.49 by Florence Griffith Joyner.
Ailis McSweeney - 11.40
9:58 by jamaicas Usain Bolt,10:49 in womens 100m sprint
Usain Bolt, Jamaica
WORLD records: 100m: 9.58seconds, by Usain Bolt of Jamaica. Record set at 2009 World Championship 200m: 19.19seconds, by Usain Bolt of Jamaica. Record set at 2009 World Championship Along with his teammates, Usain Bolt also holds the world record for the 4x100m event.
Usain Bolt holds the world record for fastest 100m time.
Josh Ross currebtly holds the record
12.21s by Yordanka Donkova of Bulgaria in 1988.
Unfortunately women do not compete in the 100m race.10.9 is the official World record for non-electronic timing.10.49 with 0.0 wind is the official with electronic timing.
Usain Bolt, from Jamaica, holds the world record for the Men's 100m Sprint. His winning time it 9.58 seconds since 2012. The Women's record holder has been Florence Griffith-Joyner since 1988 with 10.49 seconds.
Kristy Coventry from Zimbabwe rewrote the world record for the women's 100m breastroke, and the record is 58.77 seconds.