A tailwind helped the Gatlin to run 100 metres faster than Bolt
A strong wind helped Justin Gatlin to run 100-meters in a record 9.45 seconds.
During the race in Japan, Justin Gatlin has surpassed the world record in the 100-meter distance, which belongs to Usain Bolt.
The American ran the 100 meters in 9.45 seconds, while world record is 9.58
Record the Gatlin does not count, because during the race the speed of wind was 20 meters per second, while the allowable rate is 2 m/s.
See how Gatlin set invalid record:
Source: Track & Field via youtube
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