M a t t . T r e d e r

They don’t call them Trials for nothing

In Uncategorized on July 3, 2008 at 2:42 am

I was at the Olympic Trials in Eugene, Oregon, on Sunday, playing with a local blues band, when American sprinter Tyson Gay sprinted the fastest 100m ever run in human history, 9.68 seconds. (With a tailwind of 4.1m/sec, it was not a world record.) During the trials also ran a legitimate 9.77, a PR and Olympic record, as well as a more leisurely 9.85 that nearly knocked him out of the running when he pulled up early several yards before the finish line.

So I was amused to see the American Family Association’s take on his accomplishments.

What the American Family Association really thinks of fastest American

Who knew?

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