Fri, 16 Nov 2012 7:29a.m.
Japanese athlete Kenichi Ito maintained his status as the world's fastest man on four limbs as he ran a 100-metre track in Tokyo in 17.47 seconds, breaking his own record from 2008 of 18.58 seconds.
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