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Gay and Gatlin: Bolt will compete in Rio
MSN South Africa

Gay and Gatlin: Bolt will compete in Rio

Provided by Teamtalk American sprinters Tyson Gay and Justin Gatlin believe Usain Bolt will compete at the Rio Olympics despite the Jamaican's injury problems. World 100m and 200m record holder and six-time Olympic gold medallist Bolt pulled ... MSN South Africa, 1 month ago
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International Business Times India, 3 months ago
Philippine Daily Inquirer

Drug-tainted US sprinters lead Rio Olympics challenge

USA's relay team Tyson Gay, Mike Rodgers, Trayvon Bromell and Justin Gatlin (top) walk with national flags past Jamaica's winning team (L-R) Nesta Carter, Asafa Powell, Nickel Ashmeade and Usain Bolt at the end of the final of the men's 4×100 ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer4 weeks ago A symbol of confusion  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago While Russia fumes, three drug-tainted U.S. sprinters seek glory in Rio  Today Online4 weeks ago Drug-tainted US sprinters try to upstage Bolt at Rio Olympics  Rappler4 weeks ago
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New Zealand Herald

Tainted Gay too headed to Rio as a relay runner

EUGENE, OREGON Eugene Consider this a second chance for Tyson Gay. Maybe his last one, too. The sprinter was handed a spot on the US Olympic track team as a relay runner, more than two years after his doping positive cost the Americans their silver ...
 Pune Mirror1 month ago Athletics: Tyson Gay heads back to the Olympics  New Zealand Herald1 month ago Tyson Gay Gets Chance to Recapture Relay Medal  ABC News1 month ago Tyson Gay chosen for U.S. Olympic track team as relay runner  NewsGrio1 month ago
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Washington Post

Bromell outshines stars at US trials

EUGENE, US: Rising sprinter Trayvon Bromell outshone veteran stars Justin Gatlin and Tyson Gay at the US Olympic trials here on Saturday as Allyson Felix fought through the pain barrier to reach the 400-metres final. Bromell, who showed signs of ...
 Gulf Daily News1 month ago The Latest: Felix on to 400-meter final; Gatlin, Gay in 100  Mail.com1 month ago Track Trials: When Will the Next Generation of US Men's 100M Sprinters Arrive?  NewsFlow241 month ago Prep stars advance at U.S. Olympic trials  Washington Post1 month ago
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Times of Oman

Justin Gatlin, Tyson Gay expect Usain Bolt to race at Rio Olympics

EUGENE, Ore. — Two-time 100-meter Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt pulled out of the Jamaica national championships because of an apparent hamstring injury , but make no mistake: His American rivals, the ones who have long tried to beat him in ...
 Denver Post1 month ago Gatlin, Gay expect Bolt to be ready  Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago Gatlin, Gay expect injured Bolt will be ready for Rio  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 month ago Athletics-Gatlin, Gay expect injured Bolt will be ready for Rio  Reuters UK1 month ago
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Rediff.com

Bolt seals triple-triple as Jamaica win sprint relay; US disqualified

IMAGE: Usain Bolt of Jamaica celebrates victory in men’s 4x100 relay. Photograph: Phil Walter/Getty Images. Usain Bolt secured a sweep of the three men's sprint titles for a third successive Olympics when Jamaica successfully defended their 4x100 meters relay title in 37.27 seconds on Friday. Bolt ran the anchor leg to add the Rio relay crown to the 100 meters and 200 meters titles he had already won for a third straight Games. IMAGE: Usain Bolt of Jamaica celebrates with team-mates ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Bolt beats Gatlin to win 100m gold  Times of India1 week ago Still, no one on earth can catch Usain Bolt  Punjabkesari1 week ago Usain Bolt, still the world's fastest man  Sri Lanka Daily News1 week ago
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Slate Magazine

Taking Sprinting to New Heights

Usain Bolt (center), James Dasaolu (left), and Richard Thompson in the men's 100-meter dash Round 1 during the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro on Aug. 13, 2016. Olivier Morin/AFP/ On Sunday in Rio de Janeiro, Jamaica's Usain Bolt will go for his ...
 Slate Magazine1 week ago Usain Bolt's Best Races, Ranked  Slate Magazine1 week ago Bolt shines bright, wins another gold in Olympic 100  Equilibrio Informativo1 week ago Usain Bolt wins Olympics 100m final at Rio 2016  Equilibrio Informativo1 week ago

Rio 2016: I don't even know who Lilly King is - Gatlin

Justin Gatlin has brushed off criticism fromswimmer Lilly King after she stated her belief the sprinter should not be allowed to compete at Rio 2016. Gatlin, the 2004 Olympic 100 metre champion,remains a controversial figure on the athletics ...
 AOL UK1 week ago Gatlin should not be at the Olympics, says US teammate King  MSN UK2 weeks ago

Golden rule: For US relays, holding onto baton is job No. 1

The smartest minds in American sprinting have spent years trying to solve the riddle of why, as often as not, U.S. relay teams have struggled so mightily to get the baton around the track when the stakes are highest. Leave it to the Jamaican, ...
 Miami Herald3 weeks ago

Big Finish: Usain Bolt chasing three more golds in his final Olympics

The king arrives without an entourage. It is a warm spring evening on Grand Cayman Island, just past sunset, and a Caribbean breeze whispers across the tops of the native palms and black mastics that encircle the track at the Truman Bodden Sports ...
 SI.com1 month ago
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