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Gatlin maintains impressive form
Daily News South Africa

Gatlin is not unbeatable, say Powell & Gay

LAUSANNE, Switzerland, July 8 (Xinhua) -- Three of world's top five sprinters Justin Gatlin, Asafa Powell and Tyson Gay will compete against each at the Lausanne Diamond League meeting Athletissima on Thursday, with the latter two aiming to beat ... Xinhua News Agency, 3 weeks ago
Justin Gatlin shoots Bolt 100m warning Taipei Times Online, 3 weeks ago
Gatlin thrashes Powell, Gay in Lausanne showdown Jamaica Observer, 3 weeks ago
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Ani News

Tyson Gay doesn't like being called 'drugs cheat'

Jul 9, 4:50 pm London, July 09 ( ANI ): American sprinter Tyson Gay has said that he should not be termed as a drugs cheat despite receiving a one-year ban after failing a drug test in 2013. "When you put key words or a syringe by ...
 Ani News3 weeks ago Gay 'should not be called cheat'  Austin American Statesman3 weeks ago I should not be called cheat - Gay  BBC3 weeks ago Gay says he should not be described as a cheat  Capital Radio Malawi3 weeks ago
Japan Times

Gatlin is beatable, say sprint rivals

Tyson Gay (left) of the USA and Jamaica's Asafa Powell during a press conference on the eve of the Diamond League Athletissima athletics meeting in Lausanne, Switzerland, yesterday. PARIS: Justin Gatlin might have strung together an undefeated run ...
 Qatar Peninsula3 weeks ago Justin Gatlin is beatable, vow Tyson Gay and Asafa Powell  Zee News3 weeks ago Powell, Gay looking to scalp Gatlin  Japan Times3 weeks ago Gatlin is beatable, vow Gay and Powell  Arabstoday.net3 weeks ago
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Malay Mail

Tyson Gay back in 9.87s as top US sprinter at 32

Tyson Gay reacts after winning the 100m at the IAAF Diamond League Grand Prix track and field competition in New York June 13, 2015. — Reuters pic EUGENE, June 27 — Tyson Gay is back on top as America's 100 metres champion, but he had to run ...
 Malay Mail1 month ago Athletics-Gardner, Nelvis sprint to best times of 2015  Yahoo! UK and Ireland Eurosport1 month ago Pressure mounts on Gay to produce  Cape Times1 month ago 25/06/2015: SPORT: Gay: It would mean the world to me to put on the uniform again  Cape Times E-dition1 month ago
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Justin Gatlin runs past Asafa Powell, Tyson Gay in Diamond League

American sprinter Justin Gatlin beats Asafa Powell and Tyson Gay as he ran the joint second-fastest time of 2015 in the 100m race in Diamond League in Lausanne. Gatlin ran in 9.75 seconds, while Powell and Gay both took 9.92 seconds to complete ...
 Financial Express3 weeks ago Gatlin runs past Powell, Gay in Diamond League  Ani News3 weeks ago Powell faces Gatlin, Gay in 100m sprint at Lausanne Diamond League meet  Jamaica Observer3 weeks ago
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Gatlin, Gay preparing to face 'fit' Usain

EUGENE United States (CMC): America's top sprinters Justin Gatlin and Tyson Gay are not prepared to write off Usain Bolt just yet as they conspire to dethrone him at the World Championships in Beijing, China, in August. Bolt, who qualifies for ...
 Jamaica Star1 month ago Gatlin, Gay wary of struggling Bolt  Yahoo! India1 month ago Justin Gatlin, Tyson Gay wary of struggling Bolt  The Freepress Journal1 month ago
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Saudi Gazette

US poised to end Jamaican stranglehold

NEW YORK: Veterans Justin Gatlin and Tyson Gay will lead a strong US sprint contingent to the World Championships aiming to wrest the coveted 100m crown from Jamaica's grasp. The once-dominant Americans haven't won a global 100m title since 2007 ...
 The Gulf Today1 month ago US poised to end Jamaican sprint stranglehold  PR Web via Yahoo!1 month ago Bolt will be ready when it counts — Gay  Jamaica Observer1 month ago Gatlin on course for sprint double  Saudi Gazette1 month ago
Arab News

Gay mows down Bromell to book World Championships return

Eugene (United States) (AFP) - Tyson Gay powered past teenaged challenger Trayvon Bromell to win the US 100m crown in 9.87sec and book his first trip to the World Championships since 2009. Gay, 32 and trying to regain the sport's summit after a ...
 PR Web via Yahoo!1 month ago Tyson Gay Holds Off Teenager Bromell To Win 100 Title  Noodls1 month ago US- Tyson Gay mows down Bromell to book World Championships return  MENAFN1 month ago Gay brushes aside Bromell to book World Championships return  Arab News1 month ago
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CNTV

China sprinter breaks 10-second barrier

The 25-year-old clocked 9.99 seconds in the race won by American Tyson Gay in 9.88. "I am so proud," said Su, pictured. "I can write my name into history now and will work harder and run faster. This is definitely a huge boost for me." Su's time ...
 Hong Kong Standard2 months ago Su Bingtian sets Asian 100m record  CNTV2 months ago Perfect 10 for Su Bingtian  Hong Kong Standard2 months ago Su first Asian-born to beat 10-seconds barrier in 100-m dash  Prokerala2 months ago
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Borneo Post Online

Drug cheats set for Lausane showdown

Share this: American sprinters Gatlin and Gay battle on in Bolt's absence Tyson Gay reacts after winning the men's 100m final during the 2015 USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon in this June 26 file photo.
 Borneo Post Online3 weeks ago Relieved Gay hopes to revive sprint glory  Oman Tribune1 month ago Peace coming back for Gay  AhmedabadMirror.com1 month ago Athletics-Fast times and peace coming back for Tyson Gay  Yahoo! UK and Ireland Eurosport2 months ago
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