Gatlin wins 100m at Seiko Golden Grand Prix
Justin Gatlin is a former Olympic and world champion. His 100m personal best of 9.74 seconds ranks fifth on the all-time list.

NEW YORK, USA – World champion over the 100m Justin Gatlin confirmed 100 m will be his distance in next 3 years.

“My coach (Dennis Mitchell) wants me to specialize in the 100 meters for the next three years,” the five-time Olympic medalist said.

“I want faster times; I want to break the American record. My focus is on running fast, not running a lot of races but maybe running smaller races,” he was quoted by

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