Dwain Chambers wins British 100m title

British sprinter Dwain Chambers runs a time of 10.12 seconds to win the 100m title at the British Championships for a fifth year in a row.

Dwain Chambers has retained the 100m title for the fifth year in a row at the British Championships in Birmingham.

Dwain Chambers celebrates after winning the Men's 100m Final during day three of the Sainsbury's British Championships at Birmingham Alexander Stadium on June 29, 2014© Getty Images

The 36-year-old sprinter completed the distance in 10.12 seconds, guaranteeing him a place in the British squad for the European Championships later this summer.

Harry Aikines-Aryeetey was second just 0.02 seconds behind Chambers, while Chijindu Ujah completed the top three with a time of 10.18.

Chambers has won the title a total of eight times during his career.

Dwain Chambers celebrates after winning the Men's 100m Final during day three of the Sainsbury's British Championships at Birmingham Alexander Stadium on June 29, 2014© Getty Images

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