What better way to talk about speed than Usain Bolt's amazing 9.58 100mWorld Record in Berlin.

What better way to talk about speed than Usain Bolt's amazing 9.58 100mWorld Record in Berlin.

Usain Bolt Breaks 100m World Record In 9.69 Seconds - Beijing 2008 Olympics - YouTube

Usain Bolt Breaks 100m World Record In 9.69 Seconds - Beijing 2008 Olympics - YouTube

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Japan's Hidekichi Miyazaki breaks his own record after running the 100m at the Kyoto Masters Athletics Autumn Competition.

Japan's Hidekichi Miyazaki breaks his own record after running the 100m at the Kyoto Masters Athletics Autumn Competition.

Usain Bolt may have been the only athlete who upstaged swimmer Michael Phelps in the recent Beijing Olympics. The Jamaican sprinter surprisingly set two individual world records in the 100 and 200 meters and was part of a 4×100 relay world record Jamaican team.

Usain Bolt may have been the only athlete who upstaged swimmer Michael Phelps in the recent Beijing Olympics. The Jamaican sprinter surprisingly set two individual world records in the 100 and 200 meters and was part of a 4×100 relay world record Jamaican team.

Ida Keeling sets the 100 100m World Record https://youtu.be/brMoB3FJ8OI

Ida Keeling sets the 100 100m World Record https://youtu.be/brMoB3FJ8OI

In March 2016 we were joined by blind diver Graham Owen on our specialist technical liveaboard vessel, MV Legends in the Egyptian Red Sea.  During what was planned as a dive to the 100m Gulf Fleet 31 at Sha’ab Ruhr Umm Gammar, Graham and his buddy missed the wreck and this resulted in his world record for the “Deepest Saltwater Dive for a Blind Diver” at 105m.  Fast forward to 2017 and Graham made the decision to head back out to the Red Sea and better this record by diving the....

In March 2016 we were joined by blind diver Graham Owen on our specialist technical liveaboard vessel, MV Legends in the Egyptian Red Sea. During what was planned as a dive to the 100m Gulf Fleet 31 at Sha’ab Ruhr Umm Gammar, Graham and his buddy missed the wreck and this resulted in his world record for the “Deepest Saltwater Dive for a Blind Diver” at 105m. Fast forward to 2017 and Graham made the decision to head back out to the Red Sea and better this record by diving the....

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