Chasing seems to be the only option against Usain Bolt.

Tyson Gay tried to keep up in the 100 metres on his way to setting an American mark, but finished second as Bolt rocketed to a 9.58.

Bolt’s only real rival is the clock as he erases chunks of time that normally take years to break.

"The good side is he’s bringing people in to track and field that traditionally would not have watched the sport," former sprint star Michael Johnson said.

"On the other hand, I’ve said for years, to talk about worlds record, world records, world records — that’s not what this sport is about. It won’t build itself on world records.

"The same thing is the case when everybody knows who’s going to win the race already. It becomes a sideshow. It loses some interest."…Read More

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