Gay's time of 10.15 seconds was outdone by Ghana's Aziz Zakari (10.02) and Trinadad and Tobago's Marc Burns (10.07).
Gay, the 2004 NCAA Outdoor champion in the 100, will not run again until the World Championships begin August 6 in Helsinki, Finland. Gay earned a spon on the American team by finishing second in the 200 during June's U.S. Outdoor Championships. Both Gay and two-time defending NCAA Outdoor 200 champion Wallace Spearmon Jr. will compete in the event.
Gay Finishes Third In Oslo
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