Gay, Bowie Capture 100 Titles At Nationals
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) - Tyson Gay fell behind early only to make up ground in a hurry to win the 100 meters at the U.S. championships Friday night. Gay finished in 9.87 seconds to secure a spot at the world championships in Beijing this summer. Gay flew past Baylor standout Trayvon Bromell and then sidestepped cameramen on the track as he applied the brakes. Michael Rodgers was third to join Justin Gatlin on the world squad.