I'm short on time, since I am writing a term paper for my MBA course called The Global Manager.
The times for the 100 and half-marathon are spot-on. Remember, the times in my calculator are equivalencies - not your equivalence for those distance, but how those times would stack up on a relative performance level. Type in 12:37.34, which is Keninisa's Bekele's world record for 50000m on the track. You'll see the equivalent 100m time is 9.42 seconds, which is close to the world 100m record now, which is 9.58. Using the maximum allowable tail wind of 2.0 meters per second, the equivalent 100m world record should be 9.42 seconds. I believe Bolt, given a 2.0m/s tail wind, can run 9.40 seconds, if he runs all the way through the tape. Remember, when he ran 9.58 seconds, he seemed to coast the last 10m to the finish, raising his hands.
There is one caveat: The assumption in my calculator is that the the equivalent times are not related to help/assistance. That is, the performance are as if there is no pacer. In the case of Bekele's world record, he did have a pacer to follow, and the pacer reduced Bekele's air drag/energy cost for at least a portion of the race. I'd have to go back and review the tape and see how close Bekele was to the pacer and for how long, in order to determine how much help he got. I am sure his 5,000m time would be slower by a few seconds. Let's say he saved 1% energy for the race because he had pacers. That means his individual time would equate to 12:44.91. The equivalent 100m time to that (where there are no pacers), would be 9.51 seconds (bolt ran 9.58 seconds).