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RACE, MEET RESULTS
* IAAF Super Grand Prix Golden Spike Results
* NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships Results
* NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships Results
* IAAF Super Grand Prix Golden Spike Results

Gay serves notice that he's not just a 100 man
06/10/2005 03:37 - SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) Deprived of a chance to repeat as NCAA 100-meter champion, Tyson Gay turned his attention to the last individual event of his college career the 200.

Gay sizzles to 19.93 seconds in 200 semis
06/10/2005 02:04 - SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) Tyson Gay, the Arkansas star deprived of a chance to defend his 100-meter title, ran the fastest 200 in the world this year, a stunning 19.93 seconds Thursday night at the NCAA track and field championships.

Marion Jones says Montgomery had 'long week'
06/10/2005 01:44 - MONTERREY, Mexico (AP) Marion Jones said Thursday that boyfriend Tim Montgomery had a ``long week'' during an anti-doping hearing in California, but she didn't address allegations against herself.

Gay sizzles to 19.93 seconds in 200 semis
06/09/2005 23:12 - SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) Tyson Gay, the Arkansas star deprived of a chance to defend his 100-meter title, ran the fastest 200 in the world this year, finishing in a stunning 19.93 seconds Thursday night in the NCAA track and field championships.

Teen sensation Clement eases to victory in 400 hurdles prelim
06/09/2005 21:47 - SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) Kerron Clement, in the final week of his brief but outstanding college career, eased to victory in his qualifying heat in the 400-meter hurdles Thursday at the NCAA track and field championships.

Powell wins 100 meters, Wariner takes 400 at Golden Spike meet
06/09/2005 18:04 - OSTRAVA, Czech Republic (AP) Jamaican sprinter Asafa Powell won the 100 meters at the IAAF Super Grand Prix Golden Spike meet in 9.85 seconds on Thursday.

Youngsters show their stuff in the Sacramento rain
06/09/2005 03:53 - SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) Remember the names Marshevet Hooker, Cleo Tyson and Walter Dix. These kids can run, and they're just getting started.

Texas sophomore off to strong start with busy first day
06/09/2005 00:36 - SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) Marshevet Hooker had a long but highly successful day in the rain Wednesday at the NCAA track and field championships, a strong start in her effort to lead Texas to the women's team title.