Georgia track signee, Matthew Boling, clocked the fastest 100-meter time in high school history on S
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Georgia track signee, Matthew Boling, clocked the fastest 100-meter time in high school history on Saturday, however...
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Unfortunately, Boling’s time won’t officially count in the record books because it was wind-aided, per MileSplit.coms Cory Mull. Boling ran with a wind reading of 4.2 meters/second, which makes it “outside the legal requirements.” Per the website, the time converts to 10.16 seconds.
Check him out...

Wind or not that's fast.

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Just a baw enjoying his privilege.
Reply2 months
The Bob Menry version is better
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The wind was at 4.2 meters per second, so it didn’t qualify as a new record. But, he’s definitely the fastest kid in the country from an observational standpoint.
Reply2 months
Dude was stridin'!
Reply2 months
"White Lighting"
Reply2 months
Is that a white guy?
Reply2 months
That's mighty fast for anybody.I heard the cutoff on wind is 4mph.Just missed,but still impressive.
Reply2 months
All those brothers had the wind behind them to. Just saying.
Reply2 months
That's a crackah arse crackah right there.
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Wow! Came out the blocks weird too.
Reply2 months
Why the downvote? He has room for improvement...which is scary.
2 months
Gotta admit I was surprised to see it was a white boy.
Reply2 months
Not sure i would waste t8me in college. Thats World Class/Olympic speed White boy would get record endorsements
Reply2 months
Deep down we all know the wind only helped him due to his whiteness. Ha
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