TournamentsOpen Men 100m Final 2022 Australian Track & Field Championships diamond9 months ago111 mins Jake Doran (10.05 +3.7) wins the Open Men 100m Final at the Chemist Warehouse Australian Track & Field Championships source Post navigation Previous: The Arizona RepublicNext: Sha'Carri Richardson 💖✨️ 11 thoughts on “Open Men 100m Final 2022 Australian Track & Field Championships” This video can give you an idea of how fast Mathew boling is getting, he ran a 9.98 in legal conditions, in thiis race he'd be feet in front on the first place Finisher. Reply Wherebouts in australia 🇦🇺. Reply Browning would have easily ran sub 10 if he ran Reply I think he can run Sub 10 in legal wind Reply Why are they running in the opposite direction? Reply super time Reply The black dude has a funny runninh style. Reply Opposite direction? Reply Why is Osei-Nkeita running when he's a New Zealander? He's been running around the same times since what feels like forever. He's still young but I don't know, I just don't think he's living up to what we all expected him to do. Reply Still after all this time not able to back up his 'freak' 10.15 in Finland (where almost everyone got massive PBs). Reply Maybe next best Australian sprinter Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.