PALM DESERT, August 6, 2017 – The thrilling semifinal showdown that saw American Christian Coleman edge Jamaica’s Usain Bolt put the focus on those two in Saturday’s men’s 100 m final at the IAAF World Championships.
And then Justin Gatlin – booed before each of his races in London – stole the race from lane eight and won his second World Championships, some 12 years after his first.
How? We have a full analysis and much more in this EXTRA edition of The Sports Examiner, plus:
= p. 1/How Gatlin made history in the men’s 100 m on Saturday;
= p. 7/Who to look for in Sunday’s six finals, including the morning marathons;
= p. 6/U.S. television schedule for the Championships.