Tyson Gay runs the second fastest time into a headwind in history to win the 100m Dash in a time of 9.84. He currently has the best time in the world in the 100m & 200m Dash es this year. Tyson will now compete for the United States in the World Championships in Osaka, Japan. Gay was an NCAA 100m Champion at the University of Arkansas.
Excerpt from USATF
The heavily favored Gay parlayed a solid start into a brilliant drive phase and an unrelenting finish into a meet-record winning time of 9.84. With a headwind of .5mps, the time is the fastest in the world this year and the second-fastest ever run into a headwind, 2000 Olympic gold medalist Maurice Greene having run 9.82 into a -0.2 headwind at the 2001 World Championships in Edmonton. It shattered the meet record of 9.90 held jointly by former world record holders Greene and Leroy Burrell.