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Gay says big three can restore track and field credibility

American sprinter, Tyson Gay, the second fastest man to ever don a pair of running spikes, believes the rivalry that exists between himself and the Jamaican duo of Usain Bolt and Asafa Powell, is the ideal catalyst for track & field’s resurgence.

Bolt holds the world record at 9.58, Gay has a national record of 9.69 and Powell boosting a best of 9.72.

Gay said: “I think it’s the real deal. The sport has never seen anything like this, ever … we’ve had Maurice Green and we’ve had Carl Lewis but there’s never been three people as dominant as us.”….Read More

Put together by a member of the World-Track and Field Website team members. This is usually done by an in house member with able assistance from someone or an agency reporting from outside.

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  1. Waynef

    December 25, 2009 at 8:35 am

    Tyson Gay is a man that understands that great rivalries create a win win situation for everyone in Track and Field. I Nore importantly it is a win win situation for Track and Field. In no way does this mean the death of the USA or any other country as a track and field powerhouse. this is a chance for all countries to get involved and find Success in the disciplines that they are good at.

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