Olympic Champ Wariner Runs Best Debut Since 2006
By Charean Williams
For not getting off to a fast start, Jeremy Wariner is off to a fast start. The three-time Olympic gold
medalist was slow out of the blocks but still ran 20.71 seconds in the 200 meters, his best
season debut since 2006.
Healthy Wariner will aim at world record in 2011
By Charean Williams
Jeremy Wariner is happy, healthy and hoping for a record-setting year.
The Olympic gold medalist, who got engaged Christmas Day and will marry
Sarah Nichols on Nov. 5, is aiming for mentor Michael Johnson's world record
again, now that his knees are back to 100 percent. It could be one of the best
years of Wariner's life.
Wariner Sets Year's Fastest 400m Time...
Jeremy Wariner of the United States ran the world's fastest 400m time of the year at the Weltklasse
Diamond League meeting in in Zurich on Thursday.
Jeremy Wariner Surged Down The Final Straight...
By USA Track & Field
Jeremy Wariner surged down the final straight passing Jamaica's Jermaine Gonzales
with 60m to go and never looking back as he went on to win the men’s 400m in a
world leading 44.13. Wariner earned a $20,000 bonus from the Weltklass
organizers for setting a world-leading time and he also collects $40,000 for winning
the points standings in the Diamond League.
Jeremy Wariner Powered Home...
By USA Track & Field
In the men's 400m, after a sluggish first half, Jeremy Wariner powered home in a finishing kick reminiscent of seasons past when no one could catch him. Today no one could catch him. Wariner won the race in 44.67, holding off current world leader Jermaine Ganzales (JAM) who took second in 44.80.
Jeremy Wariner Outpaces Jermaine Gonzales and Jonathan Borlee
Jeremy Wariner is the United States won the men's 400 meters at the IAAF Diamond
League meet today. Wariner clocked a blazing fast time of 44.49 seconds for hi
quarter-mile sprint. Jermaine Gonzales and Jonathan Borlee both gave Jeremy a
run for his money, but ultimately couldn't keep pace. They came in secon
and third respectively.
Jeremy Wariner, Men's 400 Meters Heat 3 Winner
“I took it out smooth. I was kind of out there by myself because a couple of guys scratched.
I had to run my own race. When they caught me on the home stretch, I just kicked it in and
finished hard. I'm good going day-to-day, 24 hours between a race. I can come back strong
I didn't know how fast I was going through the first 200. I had to go off my own pace an
experience. I felt like no one was in the race until the middle of the second turn.
Jeremy Wariner, men's 400 meters Heat 3 winner I did what I needed to do to qualify
for the next round. I think my first 200 was good. I kept them too close for me. But I'll take
the victory. Today was just to loosen the legs for the semifinals and qualify for the nex
round. My time wasn't what I wanted. But I qualified for the next round.
That was the most important thing.”
Jeremy Wariner Just Got There; Asafa Powell Firing Again
By Gary Smith and Susan Porter
Former Olympic champion Jeremy Wariner of USA looked shaky but managed t
hold on for victory in the men’s 400m dash at the IAAF Diamond League meeting
in Rome Thursday night.
Jeremy 1st 45.41
By CHRISTOPHER BODEEN (AP)
SHANGHAI, China -
Jeremy Wariner won the men's 400 in 45.41 seconds and was followed by fellow
American David Neville (45.70) and Michael Bingham of Britain (45.84).
"For the second race of the year it was pretty good," Wariner said.
Powell says he can improve 100-meter times
In the men's 400 meters, Jeremy Wariner is using the Golden Gala as a way of returning
to his top form. Since winning in Rome in 2008, the American lost his ...
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U.S. Men's Athlete Of The Decade: Jeremy Wariner
No. 6 in the world choices was Jeremy Wariner, and he adds the honor of being
the top U.S. man of the Naughties.
Jeremy Wariner Looking To Avenge Defeat To David Neville
Sunday, May 16, 2010
Former World and Olympic champion Jeremy Wariner will look to get back to his winning
ways after starting his season with a close defeat in Puerto Rico earlier this month.
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