Usain Bolt sits down with Stevland Wilson and reacts to losing to Justin Gatlin, dealing with pressure to win and the record times he's targeting in the 100 meters and 200 meters.
Maurice Greene and Justin Gatlin role play the decision that must be made in Womens Track and Field. (06/26/12)
FOXSports.com's Maurice Greene talks with Olympian Justin Gatlin. Find out how Gatlin persevered after his a drug ban. (06/26/12)
FOXSports.com columnist Greg Couch on Tyson Gay, Justin Gatlin and Usain Bolt. (06/13/12)
American sprinter Justin Gatlin wished Tyson Gay well as he prepared to race against his compatriot over 100 metres in Thursday's (July 3) Diamond League meeting in Lausanne. The meeting will be the first for former 100 metre and 200 metre world champion Gay since serving a 12 month ban after testing positive for an anabolic steroid last year.
Olympic champion Usain Bolt's rare defeat over 100 metres in Rome on Thursday was not down to a flare-up of the hamstring injury which has hampered his start to the season. Bolt was beaten into second place at the Diamond League meeting, 0.01 seconds behind London Games bronze medallist Justin Gatlin who won in 9.94. Despite a good start, world record holder Bolt looked laboured and was unable to pull away from the field giving Gatlin the chance to edge a thrilling race.
Sprinter Usain Bolt says Justin Gatlin has had his chance to shine, and that he could lose every race up to the Olympics and still take home gold.
Veteran American sprinter Justin Gatlin set the fastest 100 meters time of the year on Sunday at the Shanghai Diamond League meeting.
Olympic champion Usain Bolt produced a dominant performance to win the 200 metres at the Bislett Diamond League in a world leading time of 19.79 seconds on Thursday (June 13). The Jamaican world record holder, who was surprisingly beaten over 100 metres by American Justin Gatlin in Rome last week, streaked away from the field on the home straight to win comfortably on a chilly Oslo evening in his first competitive race of the season over the distance.
Usain Bolt told American Justin Gatlin to speed up after the Jamaican won the 100 meters world title in Moscow on Sunday (August 11). Bolt, a six-times Olympic champion, was talking to reporters in the media mixed zone when he suddenly interrupted mid-interview and jokingly said to Gatlin at some distance to his right, 'You need to speed up!' in reference to how quickly he was conducting his interviews with the media.
Justin Gatlin is aiming to topple Usain Bolt as the fastest man on the planet as the 100m rivals go head to head at Rome's Golden Gala athletics meet on Thursday (June 6). The 31-year-old American, who won gold at Athens in 2004, then bronze in London last year after serving a doping ban, clocked in a wind-assisted time of 9.88 seconds at the Prefontaine Classic in America at the weekend.
Usain Bolt, who regained his world 100 meters title on Sunday (August 11), said he wants to play for Manchester United in the future. The world's fastest man took gold in 9.77 seconds, ahead of American Justin Gatlin, but admitted the blue Mondo track in Moscow's Luzhniki stadium was unlike any other surface he had encountered in his period of sprint dominance.
Athletes started gathering in Shanghai on Thursday ahead of the Diamond League meeting on Sunday. Among those competing are the 2004 Olympic 100 meters champion Justin Gatlin and Jamaica's two-times Olympic gold medallist Veronica Campbell-Brown.
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