Justin Gatlin Learns How To Sprint Again

Justin Gatlin is learning how to sprint again, a fact that has little to do with the American's four-year absence from athletics under a doping ban. With a new coach and a new philosophy on running, the former Olympic and world champion is working hard to get back to top speed. "Everything I learned I had to

Liu's return still a mystery

By Huram Hung, World-Track SHANGHAI, China -- The return of China's superstar hurdler Liu Xiang is still uncertain as he is still not yet accessible for sprinting in a pair of spikes. His coach Sun Haiping, however, believes the former Olympic champion and world record holder is “about 90 percent better.” "Liu will go for another check at

Williams to help US regain sprint crown

United States’ 2005 Helsinki World 100m champion, Lauryn Williams, says she is looking forward to being a part of her country’s initiative to regain their sprint dominance over Jamaica. At last year’s Olympic Games in Beijing, China, Jamaica led by Usain Bolt’s stunning world record runs of 9.69 and 19.30 in the 100 and 200 metres

Campbell-Brown wins sprint double in Florida

Two-time Olympic 200m champion Veronica Campbell-Brown completed another sprint double victory. This time it was at a low-keyed meeting at the University of Central Florida in Clermont on Saturday. Campbell-Brown, who repeated her Athens Olympics 200m title when she raced to a 21.74 in Beijing last Summer, first won the women’s 100m in 11.04 seconds.....READ MORE

Powell and Gay could clash at Prefontaine Classic

By Gary Smith, World-Track EUGENE --- Former world record holder Asafa Powell and world sprint double champion Tyson Gay could face each other over 100-metres at the Sunday's Prefontaine Classic, to be held at the Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon. Powell is already confirmed to race at the meeting and according meeting director Tom Jordan, Gay, fresh