Gatlin wants to run world record 9.75 in Doha

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    DOHA, May 11 – World and Olympic champion Justin Gatlin is aiming to clock a world record 9.75 seconds in Friday's 100 metres race at the IAAF Super Tour meeting in Doha.

    The 24-year-old American sprinter said that beating Jamaican Asafa Powell's record of 9.77, set in Athens last year, was his chief priority after winning both Olympic and world championship gold medals.

    ESPN.com article

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