Coleman won the 100m-running world championship

American Christian QATAR Christian Coleman finished first in the 100-meter final on September 28 at the Doha World Athletics Championships.

The 100 meter running record in 9.76 seconds gives Coleman the gold medal at the 2019 World Athletics Championships. This is the best 100 meter running result this year, while helping the 23-year-old American athlete become the sixth fastest 100 meters runner in the world.

The 2019 World Athletics Championships, held in Qatar, is the first major run without Usain Bolt since 2005. “Bolt Bolt” retired in 2017. Less viewers, for See this sport is missing a biggest star. The runner-up was fellow athlete Justin Gatlin (9.89 seconds). Canadian Runner Andre De Grasse (9.9 seconds) receives the bronze medal.

Coleman won a 100m gold medal at the world athletics tournament this year

“World champion, sounds great, has come true. For me, being here and winning the gold medal is extraordinary,” Coleman told CNN after winning the gold medal for personal content.

The British European champion Zharnel Hughes was expected to win a medal, but achieved disappointing results. He came in sixth with a time of 10.03 seconds. “It’s a pity, I didn’t feel my body,” Hughes admitted. “When I exert myself, I get distracted and lose my form.”

Coleman had almost never been to Qatar after reporting in August that he had missed three stimulant tests in 12 months, risking a ban of competition a year. This young runner claimed no involvement in doping. The case was abolished and Coleman was allowed to play. And finally, Coleman excelled in beating opponents to win the gold medal in the 100-meter final.

According to Coleman, before the World Athletics Championships, he received an apology request call from Travis Tygart, CEO of the US anti-doping agency (USADA). Gatlin’s career, 37, is also controversial. He was banned by USADA in 2006 and 2010 because of two positive doping test results.