It is about fifteen hours since that sizzling 100 meters last night, and I am still talking about it. Better than talk about it, here is the column from Alan Abrahamson, for 3 Wire Sports titled:Usain Bolt: Still the 100 King . Enjoy it, it is a fun read on the 100 meter final, Usain Bolt, Justin Gatlin and the contorversy surrounding the race.
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Lost in the fanfare surrounding Usain Bolt's win were wins by Jessica Ennis-Hill and Joe Kovacs. So, with all due respect to Usain Bolt, here is a picture of Joe Kovacs, staying cool as he can in the qualifying on Sunday. The shot put lead changed five times, and was a fantastic event!
Here is Alex Mills' notes on the second session of Day two. In his first journalist role at a World Champs, Alex is doing a fine job updating us on the highlights of each session so yours truly can edit, chat and watch a World Champs. Thanks, Alex!
USATF had a clean sweep of candidates.
That was an understatement as USATF went five for five in the elections.
Not known in past for getting respect in global sports politics, we at RunBlogRun have to hand it to USATF on their obvious work to devleop those relationships or the success just would not have happened.
Nice to see all of them coming in as Seb Coe takes the IAAF Presidency.