Home Tags Usain Bolt

Tag: Usain Bolt

Better than Bolt? Noah Lyles isn’t yet, but he’s more entertaining

What will happen to track & field without Usain Bolt? Remember that? The wails following the end of the 2017 World Championships have been replaced with a legion of new stars – even in Bolt’s own events – that can continue the party. Thursday’s IAAF Diamond League Final in Zurich’s Letzigrund Stadium will showcase one […]
This post is only available to subscribers. Click here to login.
Don't have a subscription to The Sports Examiner? Click here to subscribe!

EXTRA: Lyles “bolts” to 9.88 world-leader to win USATF 100 m

TSX EXTRA – for June 23, 2018: Noah Lyles won the U.S. national championship in the 100 m in a world-leading 9.88 seconds on Friday night in Des Moines, Iowa. At 20 years old – he’ll be 21 on 18 July – he now has the world’s fastest time in the 100 m and equal-fastest […]
This post is only available to subscribers. Click here to login.
Don't have a subscription to The Sports Examiner? Click here to subscribe!

EXTRA: Lyles “bolts” to 9.88 world-leader to win USATF 100 m

TSX EXTRA – for June 23, 2018: Noah Lyles won the U.S. national championship in the 100 m in a world-leading 9.88 seconds on Friday night in Des Moines, Iowa. At 20 years old – he’ll be 21 on 18 July – he now has the world’s fastest time in the 100 m and equal-fastest […]
This post is only available to subscribers. Click here to login.
Don't have a subscription to The Sports Examiner? Click here to subscribe!

Will Ashton Eaton and Jackie Joyner-Kersee’s world records be buried in Berlin?

TSX HEADLINES – for June 1, 2018: Two of the most cherished world records in track & field are Ashton Eaton’s decathlon mark of 9,045 points and Jackie Joyner-Kersee’s 7,291 points in the heptathlon. But those records may be short-lived, thanks to two rising stars whose focus is on the European Championships in Berlin’s Olimpiastadion […]
This post is only available to subscribers. Click here to login.
Don't have a subscription to The Sports Examiner? Click here to subscribe!

Will Ashton Eaton and Jackie Joyner-Kersee’s world records be buried in Berlin?

TSX HEADLINES – for June 1, 2018: Two of the most cherished world records in track & field are Ashton Eaton’s decathlon mark of 9,045 points and Jackie Joyner-Kersee’s 7,291 points in the heptathlon. But those records may be short-lived, thanks to two rising stars whose focus is on the European Championships in Berlin’s Olimpiastadion […]
This post is only available to subscribers. Click here to login.
Don't have a subscription to The Sports Examiner? Click here to subscribe!

Biathlon raid shows the Russian question is not going away

TSX HEADLINES – for Apr. 16, 2018: Austrian authorities raided the office of the International Biathlon Union in Salzburg last week and Norwegian police executed a search under warrant on the home of IBU President Anders Besseberg. What they were looking for was evidence of bribes paid to the IBU and/or Besseberg to cover up […]
This post is only available to subscribers. Click here to login.
Don't have a subscription to The Sports Examiner? Click here to subscribe!

Biathlon raid shows the Russian question is not going away

TSX HEADLINES – for Apr. 16, 2018: Austrian authorities raided the office of the International Biathlon Union in Salzburg last week and Norwegian police executed a search under warrant on the home of IBU President Anders Besseberg. What they were looking for was evidence of bribes paid to the IBU and/or Besseberg to cover up […]
This post is only available to subscribers. Click here to login.
Don't have a subscription to The Sports Examiner? Click here to subscribe!

Now this is fun: Gatlin, Coleman and friends running after a relay record

Christian Coleman and Justin Gatlin lead the U.S. relay attempt at the Tennessee Relays this weekend (University of Tennessee photo) TSX HEADLINES – for Apr. 9, 2018: Keeping up with the Olympic Movement in 2018 means focusing on doping, finance, sexual abuse and a lot of other depressing issues. This coming Saturday, the gold and […]
This post is only available to subscribers. Click here to login.
Don't have a subscription to The Sports Examiner? Click here to subscribe!

Now this is fun: Gatlin, Coleman and friends running after a relay record

TSX HEADLINES – for Apr. 9, 2018: Keeping up with the Olympic Movement in 2018 means focusing on doping, finance, sexual abuse and a lot of other depressing issues. This coming Saturday, the gold and silver medalists in the 2017 World Championships 100 meters are going to join with two other stars and try to […]
This post is only available to subscribers. Click here to login.
Don't have a subscription to The Sports Examiner? Click here to subscribe!

Court of Arbitration for Sport decision may hurt Russia more than the IOC

TSX HEADLINES – for Feb. 2, 2018: The Court of Arbitration for Sport threw out 28 of the International Olympic Committee’s 39 disqualifications for doping from Sochi 2014 and shortened the suspensions of the other 11 to just the PyeongChang Winter Games. A set-back for the IOC? Absolutely. But in the longer term, this could […]
This post is only available to subscribers. Click here to login.
Don't have a subscription to The Sports Examiner? Click here to subscribe!

Court of Arbitration for Sport decision may hurt Russia more than the IOC

TSX HEADLINES – for Feb. 2, 2018: The Court of Arbitration for Sport threw out 28 of the International Olympic Committee’s 39 disqualifications for doping from Sochi 2014 and shortened the suspensions of the other 11 to just the PyeongChang Winter Games. A set-back for the IOC? Absolutely. But in the longer term, this could […]
This post is only available to subscribers. Click here to login.
Don't have a subscription to The Sports Examiner? Click here to subscribe!

Get ready for Winter Games TV: 27 events to watch in week one!

TSX HEADLINES – for Jan. 17, 2018: NBC is planning to offer 2,400 hours of Olympic Winter Games programming, including live streaming of every event and more than 631 hours on television. Which events should you watch? We’ve gone through the 102-event schedule and picked out the highlights for U.S. fans for the first week […]
This post is only available to subscribers. Click here to login.
Don't have a subscription to The Sports Examiner? Click here to subscribe!

Get ready for Winter Games TV: 27 events to watch in week one!

TSX HEADLINES – for Jan. 17, 2018: NBC is planning to offer 2,400 hours of Olympic Winter Games programming, including live streaming of every event and more than 631 hours on television. Which events should you watch? We’ve gone through the 102-event schedule and picked out the highlights for U.S. fans for the first week […]
This post is only available to subscribers. Click here to login.
Don't have a subscription to The Sports Examiner? Click here to subscribe!

The top stories of 2017 – part 2: Glory, greed, drugs and surprises

TSX HEADLINES – for Dec. 28, 2017: This was the year that Usain Bolt retired, but not the way he envisioned. Mo Farah won one and lost one at the World Championships, but no one saw the stunner of the women’s Steeplechase coming. American Caeleb Dressel equaled Michael Phelps’s record of seven gold medals in […]
This post is only available to subscribers. Click here to login.
Don't have a subscription to The Sports Examiner? Click here to subscribe!

The top stories of 2017 – part 2: Glory, greed, drugs and surprises

TSX HEADLINES – for Dec. 28, 2017: This was the year that Usain Bolt retired, but not the way he envisioned. Mo Farah won one and lost one at the World Championships, but no one saw the stunner of the women’s Steeplechase coming. American Caeleb Dressel equaled Michael Phelps’s record of seven gold medals in […]
This post is only available to subscribers. Click here to login.
Don't have a subscription to The Sports Examiner? Click here to subscribe!

How Usain Bolt lost the last race of his career

PALM DESERT, August 21, 2017 – There’s an old adage that it’s not how you start, but how you finish. Don’t try telling that to Jamaica’s Usain Bolt after his loss in the 100 meters at the recent IAAF World Championships. A special university biomechanical project broke down the race in astonishing detail, even down […]
This post is only available to subscribers. Click here to login.
Don't have a subscription to The Sports Examiner? Click here to subscribe!

TSX Weekend Fab Five: Three weeks of World Championships drama

The Sports Examiner’s best Olympic-sport performances of the weekend includes a look back at the astonishing World Championships in track & field in London and what American athletes accomplished over the past three weeks in the prime Olympic sports of swimming and track: => No. 5: Mo Farah and Usain Bolt These two track & […]
This post is only available to subscribers. Click here to login.
Don't have a subscription to The Sports Examiner? Click here to subscribe!

EXTRA/Four more U.S. medals, but no fairy-tale farewells for Farah & Bolt

PALM DESERT, August 13, 2017 – Sure, the United States women’s 4×100 m relay team won gold at the IAAF World Championships, but the day featured two great champions who did not fulfill the hopes of their fans. Mo Farah finished second in the 5,000 m, with American Paul Chelimo winning the bronze, and Usain […]
This post is only available to subscribers. Click here to login.
Don't have a subscription to The Sports Examiner? Click here to subscribe!

EXTRA/Gatlin guns down Coleman & Bolt from lane eight!

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 […]
This post is only available to subscribers. Click here to login.
Don't have a subscription to The Sports Examiner? Click here to subscribe!

EXTRA/Farah’s fitness wins 10,000 m; what about Bolt?

PALM DESERT, August 5, 2017 – The IAAF World Championships got underway with a brilliant men’s 10,000 m final and the third straight world title for British distance icon Mo Farah. It wasn’t easy, but he did it in the greatest 10,000 m in World Championships history. All the details in this EXTRA edition of […]
This post is only available to subscribers. Click here to login.
Don't have a subscription to The Sports Examiner? Click here to subscribe!
- Subscribe to The Sports Examiner -

PDF Archives

Recent Posts