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Gay looks to steal track headlines back from Bolt

Tyson Gay has never cared about his own popularity. But as he walked the halls in the Times Square Sheraton on Thursday, America’s Fastest Man couldn’t help noticing how much the track and field landscape has changed.

Tyson Gay has never cared about his own popularity. But as he walked the halls in the Times Square Sheraton on Thursday, America’s Fastest Man couldn’t help noticing how much the track and field landscape has changed.

Some asked him who he was, and Gay quickly responded that he was a runner. Then Gay asked the man what he knew about sprinting, and the man said one name: Jamaica’s Usain Bolt…..READ MORE

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