Tyson Gay vowed to return fitter and faster next season after defying a groin injury to win the 100 metres at the Aviva British Grand Prix in Gateshead.

Gay clocked 10.15 seconds despite a headwind of two metres per second to win easily ahead of former world champion Kim Collins and Marc Burns, and then confirmed he will undergo surgery shortly.

"I’m looking forward to Brussels on Friday and maybe one more race and then I’ll have surgery," said Gay, who clocked the third fastest time in history (9.71s) behind Usain Bolt in Berlin.

"I feel grateful for my second place in Berlin. I ran a great time, it just was not fast enough. I was running on one leg so once I have surgery I will be running faster"…..Read More

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