Gay trumps Gatlin, but Bekele struggles
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Gay trumps Gatlin, but Bekele struggles

London : United Kingdom | Jul 06, 2012 at 2:38 PM PDT
Source: France24
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Tyson Gay, pictured on July 4, won the battle of the US sprint heavyweights at the Diamond League meet here on Friday, overcoming a terrible start to edge Justin Gatlin on the line for victory in 9.99 seconds. Diamond League athletics Areva meeting at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis. FULL ARTICLE AT France24
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Ethiopia's long distance runner Kenenisa Bekele poses for a photograph ahead of the IAAF Diamond League Athletics meet in Shanghai
Ethiopia's long distance runner Kenenisa Bekele poses for a photograph ahead of the IAAF Diamond League Athletics meet in Shanghai
 
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