11.53s – Pound for Pound Pace

British Olympic 2012 Gold medal winner Anthony Joshua needed less than 90 seconds to blast out veteran Michael Sprott and record his 10th successive knockout on Saturday.

Many believe the 25 year old is destined for world title glory but it was a little over 2 years ago that he first proved his genuine pace credentials; winning Superstars and clocking an official 100m track time of 11.53s.

Shifting 6ft 6″ and 18 stone frame, in the wet and without any focused sprint training puts Joshua up on the Genuine Pace honours board with the first time over 11 seconds.

A mention must go to High Jumper Robbie Grabarz for a respectable 11.70s in second, with Mo Farah trailing in third place only clocking 12.98.

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