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Gay says he has 9.50 in him; warns he'll be back

Tyson Gay insists he will be back to full fitness to renew his rivalry with Usain Bolt next season

The American came out second best at the World Athletics Championships in Berlin in August, claiming silver behind Bolt in the 100m before having to watch from the sidelines as the flying Jamaican smashed the world record in the 200m a few days later.

And Gay was denied the chance for revenge in the relay when, for the second consecutive major championships, the Americans fluffed up their heat and were disqualified for an illegal handover between Shawn Crawford and Darvis Patton….Read More

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  1. walter fitzpatrick

    August 31, 2009 at 12:57 pm

    if we are to believe this guy had a serious groin injury and was still able to run 9.71 that sounds pretty amazing to me, i am just puzzled how a guy can run that fast with a serious injury. he says he can run 9.5 . he was injured last year before the olympics and didnt even make the finals , so whats the difference this year if he was really injured then how come he ran so fast and he never seemed in any pain to me, what ever he runs bolt will run even faster and thats the bottom line.

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