Wariner earns close win over Taylor In Rome
June 10, 2010 by Jay Hicks
Rome-Two races, two wins and the USA Nationals are only two weeks away.
Jeremy Wariner stands firm and holds off Angelo Taylor to win the Rome Gala - a Diamond League meet.
Wariners winning time 44.73 to Taylor’s 44.74 - marks the first time the former Baylor runner breaks 45 seconds on the season.
Asafa Powell is coming into his own in 2010.
Powell got out slowly before hitting his stride to handily win the Rome Gala.
Powell time 9.82 seconds is the new world leading time and a big statement in Usain Bolt’s absence.
Guess whose back?
After a disappointing 2009 season, Walter Dix is back to a form similar to 2008. Dix ran 19.86 seconds in Rome setting a new 200m stadium record and showing signs that big things may be in store for him this season.
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