The world will know who will be crowned the winner of the 100 meter run of the most interesting event of the Olympic Games 2021, boys, after running for 10 seconds on Sunday.

Everyone is working on a special thrill to know the result of the 100-meter race of this year’s Tokyo Olympics. In the last three Olympics, Jamaican star Usain Bolt has dominated the boys’ 100 meters. Bolt retired shortly after the 2016 Rio Olympics. The 100-meter king’s throne is currently empty. The Tokyo Olympics are special because, after three consecutive Olympics, a new ‘fastest human’ gift is available here.

It is already being speculated that this year’s fastest human battle is fierce enough. More than one sprinter has watched the 100 meters semi-final and final. Everyone has done great from their respective places, so it is not possible to say for sure the name of Bolt’s successor. And that’s why this year’s sprint fight is becoming even more interesting.

100m Sprint will make another history or not ?

The 100-meter semifinals were hit before Saturday. Andre de Grass of Canada finished the race with a time of 9.91 seconds. Usain Bolt won gold in the 100m at the last Rio Olympics with a time of 9.60 seconds. His world record is 9.56 seconds, the timing he set at the 2009 World Athletics Championships in Berlin. Bolt won gold in the 100 meters at the 2008 Beijing Olympics with a time of 9.69 seconds. It was 9.84 at the 2012 London Olympics. Can anyone break Bolt’s Olympic record this time(Olympic Games 2021)?

Many people look at the grass. But Bolt’s compatriot Johan Blake is in Tokyo. This Blake hit took time 10.06. Another Jamaican runner, Ablik Seville, took 10.04. Grass-finished the race right after Bolt and Johan Blake at the Rio Olympics. This time, he will have an eye on the timing of the hit. The discussion in the media has already started about Grace. Many are looking at this Canadian sprinter as much as possible in the post-Bolt era.

World Will get new Champion in the 2021 Olympic ?

I am keeping an eye on a few more people in Olympic Games 2021. Italy’s Lamont Marcel also did well in yesterday’s hit. He clocked 9.94 seconds. Inokh Adego, Nigeria’s most infamous sprinter, clocked 9.96 seconds. If he bets this time, then there will be nothing to be surprised. Ronnie Baker of the United States should also be kept in mind. Before coming to the Olympics, Baker’s timing in the trial in the United States was 9.75 seconds. He hit 10.01 seconds.

There will also be an eye on Trevon Brummel in the United States. A few days ago, he came to notice with a time of 9.8 seconds. He took 9.60 seconds in the Olympic trial.

The fight to replace Bolt will go well this evening — it is to be hoped. (Tatjana Schoenmaker break a world record in Olympic Games 2020. Read Here