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Six-times Olympic gold medallist Usain Bolt says he ready to put on a good show in the sprint relay at the Commonwealth Games after recovering from minor foot surgery and a hamstring injury. The Jamaican, who missed nine weeks of training after
Bolt, who has not been seen in competition all season, is set to compete in four events starting with an appearance at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow next month, reports CMC. The Jamaican athlete, the fastest man on earth so far, has released his
American sprinters Justin Gatlin and Tori Bowie set the fastest times this year in the 200 and 100 meters respectively at the Herculis meet on Friday. Gatlin, the 2004 Olympic champion in the 100, came out of the bend with the lead and pulled away in
James Magnussen and Cam McEvoy in the men's 100m freestyle: World Champion Magnussen will take on young Australian champion McEvoy in what promises to be one of the Games' best showdowns, says Jones...The Diamonds in the netball: Also picked by
20 Diamond League: World-class field ready for Monaco BBC Sport looks ahead to the Diamond League meeting in Monaco, as a world class field including Justin Gatlin, Shelly Ann-Fraser-Pryce and the returning Veronica Campbell-Brown take to the track.
Commonwealth Games begin in Glasgow, organisers are holding out hope Usain Bolt takes to the track. The Jamaican superstar, who has had an injury-disrupted season, is unlikely to compete in the 100m and 200m individual races but has made himself
Powell had not raced competitively since the Lausanne Diamond League meeting in July last year Asafa Powell: Jamaican sprinter struggles on return from ban Jamaican sprinter Asafa Powell finished third in the 100m on his return to action in Lucerne.
Austria (AP) Justin Gatlin stretched his season's unbeaten streak in the 100 meters to 10 races by trashing the 20-year-old best mark of the Gugl Games on Monday. Gatlin finished in 9.82 seconds, scraping 0.12 off the meeting record set by Davidson
Former world champion Tyson Gay ran 10.04 seconds in pouring rain to win the 100 meters at the Montreuil meeting on Monday. The American sprinter made his return from a one-year doping ban last week, finishing second behind Justin Gatlin at the
Switzerland (AP) In his return from a one-year doping ban, Tyson Gay finished second to Justin Gatlin, who ran a year-best 9.80 seconds in the 100 meters at the Athletissima...It was a decent performance from Gay, but still far from the level that