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There will be no changes to other Yahoo properties or services, or your Yahoo account. You can find more information about the Yahoo Answers shutdown and how to download your data on this help page. People have said that Tyson Gay has a good chance of beating Usain Bolt.. I dont think so Usain blot killed competition last year in the Olympics and he slowed down like 30 meters away i think he could of ran a 9. So the question is
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Tyson Gay born August 9, is an American track and field sprinter who competes in the and meters dash. This made him the second man to win all three events at the same World Championships, after Maurice Greene Usain Bolt duplicated the feat two years later. Gay is a four-time U. At the Olympic Trials , he ran a wind assisted 9. His performance of 9. In July , it was announced that Gay had tested positive for a banned substance, following which he withdrew from consideration for the World Championships in Moscow.
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By Gene Cherry. Gay has also returned the silver medal he won with the U. As part of the suspension he accepted, Gay, the joint second fastest man in history, was disqualified from all competitive results since July 15, , the date he first used a product that contained a prohibited steroid. His first race back is planned for July, Reuters has learned. The year-old could have been suspended for two years for his first doping offence but received a reduction because of his substantial assistance, USADA said.
No Olympic sport has had more star reputations ruined by doping than track and field. Sure, cycling, swimming and weightlifting have all taken big lumps. But so many heroic runners have turned into goats—Ben Johnson, Tim Montgomery, Justin Gatlin, Marion Jones—that we don't feel the same excitement about the new kids on the blocks. Long before doping tainted the sport, though, Olympic immortals like Jesse Owens and Wilma Rudolph wove the sprints into the American sporting fabric, and the titles of "world's fastest man" and "world's fastest woman" still have special resonance. Even now it's hard not to feel a thrill when the runners toe the line for the meter dash.