Student Runs 100m Sprint Just 0.4 Seconds Slower Than Usain Bolt

18-year-old student from the United States won a 100-meter long sprint with a time of just 0.4 seconds slower than the World Record set by Usain Bolt in Berlin in 2009.

At that time, the Jamaican athlete defeated the 100m long distance with a time of 9.58 seconds.

Matthew Boling finished a 100-meter long run in just 9.98 seconds, defeating his rivals at the running competition held in Houston, Texas. Unfortunately, his run will not be recognized as an official record, because of the 4.2mph tailwind behind him.

Nevertheless, his time is the best that any American, younger than 20 years, has reached in the history of running events.

See how 18-year-old Matthew Boling set the time for a 100-meter run at the Texas running event, just 0.4 seconds slower than the official world record held by Usain Bolt!
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