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Published on Aug 26, 2007
American Tyson Gay surged past Jamaica's Asafa Powell to win gold in the men's 100-meter at the world championships on Sunday. Gay caught world-record holder Powell after 50 meters and clocked 9.85 seconds. Derrick Atkins of Bahamas finished strongly to take silver in 9.91. Powell, whose world record of 9.77 was never in danger in balmy conditions in Osaka, trailed home in 9.96 to take bronze. (WCSN, WCSN.com)