Highlights from the track trials
EUGENE, Ore. -- With
Instead, he pulled up 25 meters into the race before collapsing to the ground, eliciting a collective gasp from the crowd, which then went silent. On the JumboTron, cameras zoomed in on Gay clutching his leg and tearing up. Now, as his agent has released a statement saying he has a strained hamstring, it's anyone's guess as to how Gay will run in Beijing.
Skipper talked about competing in the Olympics since before he could vote. When he no-heighted in the preliminaries of the pole vault at the trials, it was shocking and disappointing for fans. What's more, Skipper was personally devastated, saying he felt he had let down his late brother,
The runner-up for this category was steeplechaser
He went on to talk about human-rights issues in China, biking around Beijing on his last stay there in 2001, why he took his victory lap in the stands instead of around the stands and said he'd be shooting for a bronze in Beijing because there's a good chance someone in his event will be cheating. At the very least, Famiglietti should provide some great one-liners at the games.