Tyson Gay has never cared about his own popularity. But as he walked the halls in the Times Square Sheraton on Thursday, America’s Fastest Man couldn’t help noticing how much the track and field landscape has changed.
NEW YORK, USA — Sprint Phenomenon Usain Bolt may very well have thinks is own way at the 2012 London Olympics if he does decides to go ahead chase an exceptional 100m, 200m and 400m treble.
By Gary Smith for World-Track NEW YORK, USA – It’s almost one year since Usain Bolt ignited the sprinting world with his phenomenal performances in Beijing, but his accomplishments are still lingering in the minds of his fellow rivals. He is getting his mind ready for a 200-metre outing at the Reebok Grand Prix … Read more
Dwain Chambers will open his European season earlier than expected on Saturday in Greece. Chambers was due to have his first outing in Germany next week but will now compete at the Papaflesia international meeting in Kalamata. The 31-year-old will defend his 100m title in Greece as he prepares for the World Championships in August…..READ … Read more
NEW YORK — When Tyson Gay showed up at the track in Orlando in late November to begin training for the 2009 season, he had only one thing on his mind – redemption.
European champion and Sweden’s big hope for the upcoming World Championship Johan Wissman now introduces his website www.johanwissman.com where visitors will be able to follow Johan on his journey towards new successes and new medals….VISIT WEBSITE
NEW YORK — Several weeks after the Beijing Olympics, American sprinter Lauryn Williams was sitting in a hotel room in Shanghai reading through her mail. Every other letter, it seemed, was filled with anger and resentment.
Jamaican sprint king Usain Bolt has mused that his next challenge might be going after the world record in the men’s 400 metres. As Olympic champion in the event, American LaShawn Merritt has a message for him: bring it on.
New York – Former 100m world record holder Asafa Powell is in New York and is believed to be ready for Saturday’s Reebok Grand Prix.
NAIROBI – Beijing Olympic marathon champion says he had decided to withdraw from the IAAF World Championships last this summer in attempt to concentrate on break the world record in the Berlin marathon. The 22-year-old who was named in a Kenyan 20 athletes training squad to prepare for the worlds, decided to give up his … Read more
HAVANA — U.S. track and field athletes will compete this weekend in Cuba for the first time in 17 years in what officials said was a sign of warming relations between the two countries.