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Bolt, Gay clash in London still forthcoming

By Gary Smith, World-Track EUGENE — Usain Bolt and Tyson Gay could meet each other over 100-metres at next month’s London Grand Prix, but a decision is still imminent, according the meeting organizers. The Olympic champion and world record holder Bolt has already signed up for the two meeting and discussion are being held with

Fraser 10.88, Bolt 9.86 win 100m titles at Jamaica trials

KINGSTON – Shelly Ann Fraser blasted to an outstanding world-leading 10.88seconds, running into a -1.5m/s head wind to take the women’s 100m title at the Jamaica Championships on Saturday. The Olympic champion got home in front of Kerron Stewart, who finished second in 10.93 and Commonwealth Games champion Sheri Ann Brooks, third in 11.16. Usain

I am not peak yet, warns speeding Jeter

By Gary Smith, World-Track EUGENE — American star sprinter Carmelita Jeter says she is not worried about peaking too early, in spite of the fast times she has been laying down on the track this season. Jeter has been undefeated all this season and she added another win to the collection by booking her spot

Daniel Bailey ready to run Antigua on the athletics map

Reporting By Gary Smith Rising sprint star Daniel Bailey said he wants to put Antigua’s name prominently on the world athletics map. While there has been significant improvement over the last few years in the country’s profile, the Olympic quarter-finalist is still a bit concerned with the overall status. "I am tired of seeing my

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