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New York, USA – “Tyson’s back.” That’s how the moderator opened the post-meet press conference with Tyson Gay after the Reebok Grand Prix – IAAF World Athletics Tour – on Saturday evening (30 May), where Gay ran 19.58 for 200m.

New York, USA – "Tyson’s back." That’s how the moderator opened the post-meet press conference with Tyson Gay after the Reebok Grand Prix – IAAF World Athletics Tour – on Saturday evening (30 May), where Gay ran 19.58 for 200m.

It’s the third-fastest time ever and the fastest any man has ever run without setting a World record, the only quicker marks the outliers belonging to Michael Johnson (19.32 in 1996) and Usain Bolt (19.30 in 2008). It’s also the best 200m run outside the Olympic Games…..READ MORE

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