American sprinter Tyson Gay is looking to put past injuries and frustrations behind him in his attempt to return to the track and win Olympic gold.
Tyson Gay is getting closer to a full recovery from a hip injury that cost him part of last year.
Usain Bolt and Tyson Gay aren't the only runners to keep on your radar during the world track and field championships. Here are more athletes to watch as the meet kicks off Saturday in Berlin.
Tyson Gay was in pain after failing to qualify for the Olympic 100-meter final Saturday night. Then, he saw Usain Bolt's world record of 9.69 seconds and was in awe.
The men's 100 event at the Olympics showed the limits (Tyson Gay) and possibilities (Usain Bolt) of the human body.
Will Tyson Gay's experience and Asafa Powell's motivation be enough against Usain Bolt in the 100 meters? Luke Cyphers previews one of the biggest showdowns of the Beijing Games.
Tyson Gay hasn't raced in weeks, but that doesn't mean he is the underdog in the upcoming 100-meter showdown.
The big American track stars of 2007 -- Tyson Gay, Jeremy Wariner and Bernard Lagat -- should qualify for the Games without problems. Here are five other men you should watch out for at the U.S. Olympic trials.
The planet's top two sprinters run their mouths before going head-to-head at the World Championships.