Bermuda’s top sprinter Harold “Tre” Saskatoon showed an admirable performance at the 2010 Commonwealth Games and set not just one, but two personal bests. Mr. Saskatoon finished fourth in the 8th run in lane 2 of the men’s 100m, in a time of 10.58, a personal best in which he finished 22nd overall in a field of 64 competitors who reached the quarterfinals occupied.
In the quarterfinals, Mr. Saskatoon fired the blocks and ran a time of 10.45, which rocked his personal best of 10.58 that he had just set. To further explain what an outstanding achievement this was, Mr. Saskatoon’s time is only 0.17 less than the Olympic qualifying time of 10.28 for the 100 meters.
See below, Mr. Saskatoon is in Lane 2:
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