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Justin Gatlin defeated world-record holder Usain Bolt in the 100 on Thursday at the Rome Golden Gala. The American Gatlin squeeked out victory by .001 seconds over the six-time Olympic Champion. Bolt still seems to be bothered by the hamstring injury.
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Usain Bolt may have lost to Justin Gatlin in the 100 meters in Rome, but that doesn't mean he has to be impressed, now does it?
Tweet Usain Bolt, who many consider to be the fastest man on the planet, lost to American sprinter Justin Gatlin in the 100-meter dash at Roman Golden Gala Diamond League meet earlier Thursday. Here’s video of the race: As you can see in the video, Bolt’s reaction to finishing second to Gatlin was priceless: [...]
On Thursday afternoon in Rome, American speedster Justin Gatlin shook Usain Bolt off his back, beating the Olympic gold medalist in the 100 meter dash for the first time in history.
Usain Bolt isn’t just struggling against ‘Insane’ Bolt in Comcast’s commercials these days. He’s also struggling in actual races.
The six-time Olympic gold medalist from Jamaica was bested by American Justin Gatlin (9.94 seconds) in the 100-meter race at the Rome Golden Gala Diamond League meet by .01 seconds on Thursday.
This was a big win for Gatlin, who is trying to...
Justin Gatlin beating Usain Bolt was an absolute shocker, and it blew up the Twittersphere as well -- but that does not mean most fans were impressed.
You know what they say, “what goes up must come down.”
Not going to go as far as to say this is the beginning of the end of Usain Bolt’s dominance of men’s sprinting (because it probably isn’t), but it is definitely a shocking result.
The Jamaican sprinter suffered a defeat to American Justin Gatlin, in the 100m race in Rome’s Golden Gala meeting today. Gatlin edged...
Usain Bolt still reigns as the fastest man alive since he holds the world record in the 100 Meter Dash, but on Thursday he wasn't the fastest man at the Rome Diamond League. That honor went to an American sprinter--one who is a familiar face to track and field enthusiasts--named Justin Gatlin.
The 31-year old Gatlin (yes, 31 is old when it comes to sprinting) edged out...
image via Alessandra Tarantino/AP
No matter the race or time of year, it’s always a shocker when the fastest man in the world is bested by a runner. That’s exactly what happened yesterday evening in Rome at the Golden Gala races 100 meter. After the gun went off, it appeared Usain Bolt would cruise to another first place finish. But, Justin Gatlin, USA, turned on the speed...
Justin Gatlin beats Usain Bolt in 100-meter race at Rome.
Six-time Olympic track champion Usain Bolt and eight-time Grand Slam champion Arantxa Sanchez Vicario will present the men's and women's winners' trophies at the French Open this weekend.
The French Tennis Federation says Sanchez Vicario, who won the French Open three times, will be alongside FFT President Jean Gachassin at Roland Garros for the final on Saturday. She...
Six-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt and eight-time Grand Slam champion Arantxa Sanchez Vicario will present the men's and women's winners' trophies at the French Open this weekend.
The French Tennis Federation said Thursday that Sanchez Vicario, who won the French Open three times, will be alongside FFT president Jean Gachassin at Roland Garros on Saturday to hand either...
How many feuds start with a misunderstanding and end with a simple explanation?
Mario Balotelli and Usain Bolt have joined the ranks of accidental adversaries turned friends. The two star athletes went back and forth on Twitter after Bolt reportedly said some unkind things about Balotelli.
The fastest man on Earth is in Italy, competing in the Diamond League meet. He apparently...