Men's 100 Metres Final - Seoul Olympics

Ben Johnson of Canada (left) crosses the finishing line first in the men’s 100 metres final, before his subsequent disqualification, Olympic 1988.
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Ben Johnson of Canada (left) crosses the finishing line first in the men’s 100 metres final, before his subsequent disqualification, during the Summer Olympic Games in Seoul on 24th September 1988. Among the other finishers: Carl Lewis of the United States, the gold medallist (1102), Linford Christie of Great Britain, the silver medallist (413 and Calvin Smith of the United States (1130).

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