Usain Bolt Blasts To 19.56secs At Jamaica Invitational

By Gary Smith Triple Olympic and World sprint double champion Usain Bolt sizzled to a stunning 19.56seconds to win the men's 200m at the Jamaican International Invitational at the National Stadium in Kingston on Saturday night. Bolt got off to rocket of a start - blasting to 10.10seconds for the first 100, before covering

Carmelita Jeter Holds On To Win 100m At Jamaica Invitational

By Gary Smith Carmelita Jeter produced a world leading 10.94 seconds to win the women's 100 metres dash at the Jamaica International Invitational. The American edged home ahead of defending champion Kerron Stewart, who finished strong with a time of 10.96. Another American Marshevet Myers took third with a time of 11.13. Last year Jeter opened her

Tyson Gay Has 9.58secs On His Mind

American star sprinter Tyson Gay, has one goal in mind this year, and that is to lower Usain Bolt's 9.58secs world record in the 100m. Gay, who will continue his build-up to the rest of the season later this evening with a 400m run at the JN-sponsored Jamaica Inter-national Invitational inside the National Stadium, is hoping

Tyson Gay Targets Usain Bolt's 19.19 Half-Lap World Record

American World 100m silver medallist Tyson Gay, who is scheduled to run the 400 metres at tomorrow's seventh staging of the Jamaica International Invitational, is hoping to challenge Usain Bolt's 200m record of 19.19 seconds later this season. "I hope that my 400m relates to my 200m dropping down and I think that's the key," Gay

Bolt and four others line-up for Lausanne

World Athlete of the Year Usain Bolt, and another four IAAF Diamond League Ambassadors have been announced by the organisers of Athletissima for the meeting which will take place in Lausanne’s Pontaise stadium on 8 July. Joining him will be his fellow national representative, Shelly-Ann Fraser of Jamaica, the Olympic and World 100m champion, will

Usain Bolt Sends Unbeaten Warning To Rivals

The World's Fastest Man ambled into a heaving club called Fiction in Kingston, Jamaica, just after 2.30 last Sunday morning. Usain Bolt showed none of the blistering speed which has made him an outrageous phenomenon. The Olympic and world champion in both the 100m and 200m, who has swept aside preconceptions about how fast a human