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Video: Usain Bolt, Tyson Gay and the Five Fastest Men in History

1. Usain Bolt, Jamaica: 9.58 sec.

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2. Tyson Gay, USA: 9.69 sec.

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2. Yohan Blake, Jamaica: 9.69 sec.

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4. Asafa Powell, Jamaica: 9.72 sec.

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5. Justin Gatlin, USA: 9.77 sec.

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Track And Field

400m Track Workouts in Excel

I have always enjoyed Track and Field… as a competitor and coach. I was actually a head Track coach prior to being a head Football coach. 846 more words

Coaching

World's most athletic couple takes the next leap

Ashton Eaton‘s longtime coach wasn’t looking when the Olympic decathlon champion jumped into and over the top of a padded crash wall after the Millrose Games 60m hurdles on Valentine’s Day. 1,672 more words

Olympics

Bernard Lagat cancels farewell tour with Rio in mind

As far back as 2010, Bernard Lagat couldn’t imagine going for a fifth Olympic track berth in 2016.

“2012 will not be the end of competition for me, but the end of my track competitions almost for sure,” … 441 more words

Olympics

Mike Powell eyes masters world record, possible Olympic trials run at age 51

Mike Powell broke the long jump world record 24 years ago in perhaps the greatest head-to-head duel in track and field history.

Now 51, Powell expects to break the long jump world record in his masters age-group category of 50 to 55 years old on March 7 in New Zealand, after losing 67 pounds while training the last two years. 383 more words

Olympics

Members of the 2014 Riverside City College track and field team will compete at university level

A total of 14 members of the 2014 Riverside City College track and field team will compete at university level. Among the universities behind attended including USC, UC Riverside and Arizona State. 216 more words

Sports

Lolo Jones inspired by Gail Devers, 'absolutely' not done with bobsled

When Lolo Jones failed to win an Olympic 100m hurdles medal in 2008 and 2012, the greatest woman never to make an Olympic podium in the event called her each time. 395 more words

Olympics