Athletics At The 2000 Summer Olympics – Men's 100 Metres - Records

Records

World and Olympic records prior to the Games.

World Record 9.79 Maurice Greene USA Athens, Greece 16 June 1999
Olympic Record 9.84 Donovan Bailey CAN Atlanta, USA 27 July 1996

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