Christian Coleman became the most prominent name in the world track and field at this time when he won the 100m gold medal in the World Championships 2019 in Doha (Qatar). Who is the fastest runner in 2019?
With a record of 9 seconds 76, Christian Coleman won the 2019 World Athletics Championships in Doha. This is also the world’s fastest 100m running time this year and the 6th fastest in history.
Christian Coleman (USA) defeated both reigning world champions – compatriots Justin Gatlin (9.89) and Andre De Grasse of Canada (9.90) to win the world title for the first time.
The source of the attack began when Coleman was suspected of using doping when he refused three drug tests in the past 12 months. This athlete almost did not have the right to attend the 2019 World Cup at the risk of being banned for a year.
However, just before coming to Doha, Coleman received a call from the head of the US Doping Prevention Committee (USADA) Travis Tygart apologized for the previous problems related to doping tests. Coleman is allowed to attend the 2019 World Athletics Championships.
This year, 100m runner-up Justin Gatlin has also been involved in the scandal of substance use and was banned from playing in 2006 and 2010 from USADA. Despite this, the 37-year-old athlete has returned strong and achieved impressive results.
After winning the 100m gold medal, Christian Coleman suddenly withdrew from the 200m distance. Coleman’s manager Emanuel Hudson said he was still tense after winning the previous day. He decided not to attend the 200m content.
Christian Coleman is an expert at short distances of 100m and 200m. Winning 100m and 4x100m silver medals at the 2017 World Championships and Championships. Achieve the best individual achievement at 100m with 9 seconds 76 and 19 seconds 85 for 200m.
Coleman also holds the world record of running 60m indoors with a record of 6 seconds 34. Coleman won the IAAF Diamond League 2018 and ranked 1 in the world rankings of 100m in 2017 and 2018.
Christian Coleman once represented the United States in the relay content at the 2016 Olympic Games. Won a gold medal in the 60m Olympic Indoor Championships 2018 (IAAF World Indoor Championships 2018) and two national championships (60m in 2018 and 100m in 2019).