NEW YORK – Tyson Gay said that he didn’t want to run fast. He said he didn’t want to push too hard and that he planned to work on technique. He lied.
NEW YORK – Cardozo’s Chamique Francis said she almost cried. They all almost cried she said. Of all the professional races, outside of Tyson Gay’s stunning 200-meter race, Cardozo’s girls received the biggest uproar from the packed stands at Icahn Stadium.
NEW YORK CITY - Tyson Gay announced to the world that he is back, running the third-fastest 200 meters of all time and annihilating a world-class field Saturday at the 2009 Reebok Grand Prix at Icahn Stadium.
NEW YORK – Tyson Gay turned to Jamaica’s Asafa Powell and Richard Thompson of Trinidad and Tobago, sitting at the podium with him, and laid out the atmosphere for the Reebok Grand Prix Saturday at Ichan Stadium.
Three-time Olympic gold medalist Jeremy Wariner has been added to the already impressive list of World and Olympic champions slated to compete at the Reebok Grand Prix.