Man reportedly finished 100m in 9.55 secs in muddy field; faster than Bolt


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A man, who is identified as Srinivas Gowda from a small village of Moodabidri, Karnataka, surprisingly broke Usain Bolt’s record. He covered 142.50 meters in just 13.62 seconds.

The man ran in the traditional buffalo race known as Kambala which is run over in a slushy paddy field. 

According to a tweet, his stat is that he has run 100 meters in just 9.55 seconds, which is greater than Usain Bolt’s record of 9.58 seconds in 100 meters’ race.

Well, we cannot compare this race to a track race as Kambala involves Buffalo and the speed can be due to the animal. Of course, the muddy field is difficult than the track considering the obstacles.