While his two main rivals were tearing up tracks half-way across the globe, track and field’s ‘it’ man Usain Bolt was just about getting out of bed.
Tyson Gay, the fastest American in history with a personal best of 9.69 seconds and Bolt’s main rival in the 100 metres, was busy in Manchester, England where he was trying to better the Jamaican’s record over 150m. Gay, who has publicly targeted Bolt’s 9.58 100m world record this season, fell short of the 150m mark, registering 14.51 seconds – 0.16 slower than the mark set by Bolt at the same event in 2009. Read more >>
Source: Jamaica Star