Florence Griffith-Joyner 10.49.
James Loccrat broke the record for the 100m sprint in 2006 at the Hong Kadh Olympics which was held in Hong Kong.
The world record for women completing the 100 meter sprint is 10.49 seconds. The record was set by an American named Florence Griffith-Joyner in 1988.
John Regis (19.87A) and Kathy Cook (22.11).
Jarmila Kratochuilova ran it in 1:53.28sec. in the year of 1983.
The first recognized women's 100 meter dash world record was a 12.8 run by Mary LInes of Great Britain in 1922.
Men. Usain Bolt, 2008, 9.58 seconds for a 100 meter sprint.
Montell Douglas is the record holder with 11.05s. It was previously Kathy Cook (nee Smallwood) with 11.10s.
Men - Usain Bolt, 9.58s Women - Florence Griffiths Joyner, 10.49s
The women's 400 meter freestyle is divided up into long and short competitions. The holder of the long course record is Ethelda Bleibtrey, and the holder of the short course record is Astrid Strauss
the world record was set by Florence Griffith Joyner of the U.S in Seoul, South Korea on 9/29/88 with a time of 21.34 seconds
Wilson Kipketer of Denmark holds seven of the ten fastest 800m times in history, including his world record of 1.41.11 from 1997.
The Olympic record for the women's 100 meter dash was set by Florence Griffith-Joyner at the 1988 Games in Seoul at a time of 10.54 seconds.
The womens 800 meter world record is 8:16.22 by Janet Evans (USA) Aug 20, 1989.
The current Commonwealth Games record for the 100m is held by Ato Boldon, who ran the distance in 9.88 at the 1998 Games.
6.39s by Maurice Greene of USA.