NEW YORK — Tyson Gay finished second in the men’s 100 meters to Jamaica’s Steve Mullings on Saturday in the Adidas Grand Prix. But racing in difficult conditions, Gay said he came away with a positive outlook heading into the U.S. championships in two weeks.
Mullings edged Gay in a photo finish on a cool and rainy afternoon at Icahn Stadium on Randall Island. With a headwind of 3.4 meters per second, both were timed at 10.26 seconds. Gay was slow out of the blocks but nearly caught his training partner Mullings. Read more>>
Source: USA Today via Trackandfieldnews.com