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  • Gatlin cruises to 200 title with top time ever at nationals

    Justin Gatlin just couldn't help himself. He pointed at the clock as he crossed the line, just to make sure no one missed his splendid time. That wasn't even full throttle, either. He believes he still has a faster gear. He just wanted to point that out,...
  • Gatlin wins 200 with fastest time ever at US championships

    Moments after crossing the finish line, Justin Gatlin turned to his left and pointed at the clock to make sure everyone noticed what he just did. Hard to miss that time. Somewhere, a certain Jamaican sprinter is no doubt hearing about it, too. Gatlin...
  • Felix wins 400 at nationals, unsure if run it at worlds

    Allyson Felix's dalliance with the 400 meters has led to a dilemma of whether she will run the event at worlds or hand off the spot to a teammate. That decision could take days, maybe even weeks, to reach. Felix needed just 50.19 seconds — along...
  • Love for track and field put to test by cheaters

    Love for track and field put to test by cheaters
    What to say when something you love keeps making that passion seem foolish by playing fast and loose, jilting your sense of moral responsibility and just plain cheating? That's the question I keep asking about my reportorial relationship with track...
  • 2-time Olympic medalist Will Claye embarks on music career

    Will Claye already has an Olympic silver in the triple jump from the 2012 London Games. A bronze in the long jump, too. Next on his agenda? Gold, of course. Or maybe even platinum, should his upcoming record really take off. The 24-year-old from Phoenix...
  • Rupp wins 10,000 at nationals amid doping allegations

    Hardly even looking the least bit exhausted, Galen Rupp gave a thumbs-up sign to the crowd before crossing the finish line. Really, though, the last few weeks have left him thoroughly drained. Rupp easily won his seventh straight 10,000-meter title at...
  • Bolt confident he'll be back in top form by worlds

    Usain Bolt remembers the rain, remembers the false start, and remembers his excitement at racing a big-name opponent in the 100 meters for the first time. Just over seven years ago, the Jamaican sprinter arrived at Randall's Island, east of upper...
  • Usain Bolt unhappy in 200-meter win at Adidas Grand Prix in New York

    Usain Bolt unhappy in 200-meter win at Adidas Grand Prix in New York
    Usain Bolt has said he plans to retire after 2017, but until he does, he's still "the man to beat." Bolt won the 200-meter event with a time of 20.29 at the Adidas Grand Prix meet Saturday at Icahn Stadium in Randall's Island, N.Y., where he broke the...
  • IOC strips U.S. of relay medals in Tyson Gay doping case: report

    IOC strips U.S. of relay medals in Tyson Gay doping case: report
    The entire U.S. men's sprint relay team was stripped of its silver medal from the 2012 London Olympics on Wednesday as a result of Tyson Gay's doping case. The International Olympic Committee notified the U.S. Olympic Committee by letter that the...
  • Former Gator Jeff Demps, Olympic teammates stripped of silver medals from London Olympics

    Former Gator Jeff Demps, Olympic teammates stripped of silver medals from London Olympics
    Former Groveland South Lake and Florida Gators football star Jeff Demps and the other members of the U.S. men’s sprint relay team were stripped of their silver medals from the 2012 London Olympics on Wednesday as a result of Tyson Gay’s doping...
  • Does punishment fit crime for Justin Gatlin, Michael Phelps?

    Does punishment fit crime for Justin Gatlin, Michael Phelps?
    In the novel "Crime and Punishment," Dostoyevsky wrote that intelligence was not enough to act sensibly. That seems clear from what British Olympic sprinter and Harvard alum Chris Lambert said last week about 2004 Olympic 100-meter champion Justin...