EUGENE, Oregon — Former world champion Bershawn Jackson recovered well from hitting a hurdle early in the race to finish on top of perhaps the strongest assembled 400m hurdles field this year at the Prefontaine Classic Grand Prix.
EUGENE — Paul Doyle, agent of former 100-metres record holder Asafa Powell, believes the Jamaican is not too far from being at full strength.
EUGENE — Jamaica’s Kerron Stewart and American Carmelita Jeter, the two fastest women over 100-metres this year will put their win streaks on the line when they come face-to-face at Sunday’s 35th annual Prefontaine Classic meeting at Hayward Field.
KINGSTON, Jamaica — Glen Mills, coach of World record holder Usain Bolt, says he is impressed by the remarkable performance of Tyson Gay in the 200-metres last Saturday, but insists the performance does not affect them.
Tyson Gay has officially stepped up to the plate at The Reebok Grand Prix, showing that Usain Bolt will not have it all his own way this year.
INDIANAPOLIS – Tyson Gay has been named USA Track & Field’s Athlete of the Week after running the third-fastest time in history in the men’s 200 meters Saturday at the Reebok Grand Prix at Icahn Stadium in New York City.
EUGENE — Former world record holder Asafa Powell and world sprint double champion Tyson Gay could face each other over 100-metres at the Sunday’s Prefontaine Classic, to be held at the Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon.
New York, USA – “Tyson’s back.” That’s how the moderator opened the post-meet press conference with Tyson Gay after the Reebok Grand Prix – IAAF World Athletics Tour – on Saturday evening (30 May), where Gay ran 19.58 for 200m.
RANDALL’S ISLAND, New York – It was a disappointing day for Jamaica’s seniors at yesterday’s 5th Reebok Grand Prix at Icahn Stadium on Randall’s Island, as they failed to win any of the major races.
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…
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.
Tyson Gay, the 2007 World champion at 100m and 200m, and Asafa Powell, the former World 100m record holder would like a moment of your attention.