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Below are Usain Bolt's 10 meter splits when Bolt ran 9.69 during the 2008 Peking Olympics and when Bolt in 2009 ran 9.58 in London, Uk. 9.69 was the world record for the 100 meters. 9.58 seconds is the current world record for the 100 meters. Both set by Bolt.
Also, included in the table below are Bolt's velocity per 10 meter split divided by the time, in seconds, it took Bolt to sprint each of those 10 meters. The measurement of velocity is in meters per second (m/s) rounded of to two decimal places. Below is the calculator used to calculate velocity.
I realise more complicated velocity calculators are available. But the below calculator works fine for the purpose of this webpage.
RTRT: Reaction time. An athelte's 1st 3 steps from the starting block
Hover your cursor over the above table. Watch each row light up in a color.