Why a Party-Free Usain Bolt Couldn’t Have Run 9.55s

To indulge my sports science geekishness for a moment, there is some great analysis out from my friends at The Science of Sport of yesterday’s claim that Usain Bolt could have run a 9.55s 100m in Beijing if he had partied heart on the way into the finish line.

In short, they say"No way". But read the whole thing.

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