There, Perry reportedly broke the 10-second barrier, and if the times are legitimate, ran the fastest ever 100m by a Guyanese athlete. According to the official results, Perry also clocked 20 seconds flat in the 200m. Those performances will not be accepted as Guyana’s national record because they were not achieved at an international meet where they would have technology in place to verify its validity. Guyana’s obsolete conditions, where the hand-timed system is still employed and where there is nothing in place to measure wind …..
Ah so, 9.9 NWI, is a lot different than a legal 9.99. That said, the Wimbledon grass would be great to sprint on!