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The USA 4x400 relay of LaShawn Merritt, Angelo Taylor, Darrold Williamson and Jeremy Wariner pose after victory in 2:55.56 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium.  Osaka, Japan. September 2, 2007. The USA 4x400 relay of LaShawn Merritt, Angelo Taylor, Darrold Williamson and Jeremy Wariner pose after victory in 2:55.56 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. September 2, 2007.

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The USA womens 4x400m relay of (from left) Dee Dee Trotter, Sanya Richards, Mary Winerberg aka Mary Danner and Allyson Felix after winning in 3:18.55 for the world's fastest time since 1993 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. September 2, 2007. The USA womens 4x400m relay of (from left) Dee Dee Trotter, Sanya Richards, Mary Winerberg aka Mary Danner and Allyson Felix after winning in 3:18.55 for the world's fastest time since 1993 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. September 2, 2007.

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Former Baylor teammates Jeremy Wariner, left, and Darrold Williamson pose after running on victorious USA 4x400m relay that ran 2:55.56 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. September 2, 2007. Former Baylor teammates Jeremy Wariner, left, and Darrold Williamson pose after running on victorious USA 4x400m relay that ran 2:55.56 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. September 2, 2007.

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Former Baylor teammates Jeremy Wariner, right, and Darrold Williamson take a victory lap after running on USA 4x400m relay that won in 2:55.56 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. September 2, 2007. Former Baylor teammates Jeremy Wariner, right, and Darrold Williamson take a victory lap after running on USA 4x400m relay that won in 2:55.56 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. September 2, 2007.

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Jeremy Wariner takes handoff from Darrold Williamson on anchor of USA 4x400m relay that won in 2:55.56 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium.  Osaka, Japan. September 2, 2007. Jeremy Wariner takes handoff from Darrold Williamson on anchor of USA 4x400m relay that won in 2:55.56 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. September 2, 2007.

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Jeremy Wariner anchors USA 4x400m relay to victory in 2:55.56 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium.  Osaka, Japan. September 2, 2007. Jeremy Wariner anchors USA 4x400m relay to victory in 2:55.56 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. September 2, 2007.

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Sanya Richards anchors USA women 4x400m relay to victory in 3:18.55 for the world's fastest time since 1993 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. September 2, 2007. Sanya Richards anchors USA women 4x400m relay to victory in 3:18.55 for the world's fastest time since 1993 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. September 2, 2007.

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Mary Wineberg aka Mary Danner takes handoff from Allyson Felix on the third leg of victorious USA womens 4x400m relay that ran 3:18.55 for the worlds fastest time since 1993 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. September 2, 2007. Mary Wineberg aka Mary Danner takes handoff from Allyson Felix on the third leg of victorious USA womens 4x400m relay that ran 3:18.55 for the worlds fastest time since 1993 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. September 2, 2007.

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Allyson Felix takes handoff from Dee Dee Trotter on the second leg of victorious USA womens 4x400m relay that ran 3:18.55 for the world's fastest time since 1993 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. September 2, 2007. Allyson Felix takes handoff from Dee Dee Trotter on the second leg of victorious USA womens 4x400m relay that ran 3:18.55 for the world's fastest time since 1993 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. September 2, 2007.

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Allyson Felix takes handoff from Lauryn Williams on the second leg of victorious USA womens 4x100m relay that timed 41.98 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. September 1, 2007. Allyson Felix takes handoff from Lauryn Williams on the second leg of victorious USA womens 4x100m relay that timed 41.98 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. September 1, 2007.

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Torri Edwards, right, anchors USA women 4x100m relay to victory in 41.98 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Belgium, left, anchored by Kim Gevaert was third in 42.75. Osaka, Japan. September 1, 2007. Torri Edwards, right, anchors USA women 4x100m relay to victory in 41.98 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Belgium, left, anchored by Kim Gevaert was third in 42.75. Osaka, Japan. September 1, 2007.

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Leroy Dixon (US), right, holds off Asafa Powell (JAM) on the anchor of the 4x100m relay, 37.78 to 37.89, in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. September 1, 2007. Leroy Dixon (US), right, holds off Asafa Powell (JAM) on the anchor of the 4x100m relay, 37.78 to 37.89, in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. September 1, 2007.

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Leroy Dixon (USA), right, celebrates after holding off Asafa Powell (JAM) on the anchor of the 4 x 100m relay, 37.78 to 37.89, in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. September 1, 2007. Leroy Dixon (USA), right, celebrates after holding off Asafa Powell (JAM) on the anchor of the 4 x 100m relay, 37.78 to 37.89, in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. September 1, 2007.

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The USA men's and womens 4 x 100m pose after victories in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Front row from left: Allyson Felix, Lauryn Williams, Torri Edwards and Mikele Barber. Back row: Leroy Dixon, Darvis Patton, Tyson Gay and Wallace Spearmon. Osaka, Japan. September 1, 2007. The USA men's and womens 4 x 100m pose after victories in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Front row from left: Allyson Felix, Lauryn Williams, Torri Edwards and Mikele Barber. Back row: Leroy Dixon, Darvis Patton, Tyson Gay and Wallace Spearmon. Osaka, Japan. September 1, 2007.

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Allyson Felix (USA) celebrates after winning the womens 200m in 21.81in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 31, 2007. Allyson Felix (USA) celebrates after winning the womens 200m in 21.81in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 31, 2007.

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Jeremy Wariner (USA) celebrates after winning the 400m in 43.45 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 31, 2007. Jeremy Wariner (USA) celebrates after winning the 400m in 43.45 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 31, 2007.

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Xiang Liu (CHN) celebrates after winning the 110m hurdles in 12.95 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 31, 2007. Xiang Liu (CHN) celebrates after winning the 110m hurdles in 12.95 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 31, 2007.

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Xiang Liu (CHN) takes victory lap after winning 110m hurdles in 12.95 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 31, 2007. Xiang Liu (CHN) takes victory lap after winning 110m hurdles in 12.95 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 31, 2007.

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Jeremy Wariner (USA) wears gold adidas spikes with his nickname Pookie during the 400m final in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 31, 2007. Jeremy Wariner (USA) wears gold adidas spikes with his nickname Pookie during the 400m final in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 31, 2007.

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Jeremy Wariner (USA), center, wins the 400m in 43.45 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. LaShawn Merritt (USA), right, was second in 43.96. Osaka, Japan. August 31, 2007. Jeremy Wariner (USA), center, wins the 400m in 43.45 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. LaShawn Merritt (USA), right, was second in 43.96. Osaka, Japan. August 31, 2007.

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Jeremy Wariner wins the 400m in 43.45 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 31, 2007. Jeremy Wariner wins the 400m in 43.45 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 31, 2007.

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Veronica Campbell (JAM) looks at scoreboard after placing second in the womens 200m in 22.34 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 31, 2007. Veronica Campbell (JAM) looks at scoreboard after placing second in the womens 200m in 22.34 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 31, 2007.

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Tyson Gay (USA) takes a victory lap after winning the 200m in a meet record 19.76 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 30, 2007. (Kirby Lee/Image of Sport) Tyson Gay (USA) takes a victory lap after winning the 200m in a meet record 19.76 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 30, 2007. (Kirby Lee/Image of Sport)

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Tyson Gay (USA) takes a victory lap after winning the 200m in a meet record 19.76 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 30, 2007. (Kirby Lee/Image of Sport) Tyson Gay (USA) takes a victory lap after winning the 200m in a meet record 19.76 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 30, 2007. (Kirby Lee/Image of Sport)

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Tyson Gay (USA), left, celebrates after winning the 200m in a meet record 19.76 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Usain Bolt (JAM), right was second in 19.91. Osaka, Japan. August 30, 2007. Tyson Gay (USA), left, celebrates after winning the 200m in a meet record 19.76 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Usain Bolt (JAM), right was second in 19.91. Osaka, Japan. August 30, 2007.

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Christine Ohurogo (GBR) takes victory lap after winning the womens 400m in 49.61 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 29, 2007. Christine Ohurogo (GBR) takes victory lap after winning the womens 400m in 49.61 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 29, 2007.

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 Kerron Clement (USA) celebrates after winning the 400m hurdles in 47.61 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 28, 2007. Kerron Clement (USA) celebrates after winning the 400m hurdles in 47.61 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 28, 2007.

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Kerron Clement (USA) won the 400m hurdles in 47.61 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 28, 2007. Kerron Clement (USA) won the 400m hurdles in 47.61 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 28, 2007.

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Kerron Clement (USA), right, holds off Felix Sanchez (DOM) to win the 400m hurdles, 47.61 to 48.01, in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 28, 2007. Kerron Clement (USA), right, holds off Felix Sanchez (DOM) to win the 400m hurdles, 47.61 to 48.01, in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 28, 2007.

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Kerron Clement (USA), left, is congratulated by Felix Sanchez (DOM) after winning the 400m hurdles in 47.61 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Sanchez was second in 48.01. Osaka, Japan. August 28, 2007. Kerron Clement (USA), left, is congratulated by Felix Sanchez (DOM) after winning the 400m hurdles in 47.61 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Sanchez was second in 48.01. Osaka, Japan. August 28, 2007.

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Veronica Campbell (JAM) takes victory lap after winning womens 100m in 11.01 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 27, 2007. Veronica Campbell (JAM) takes victory lap after winning womens 100m in 11.01 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 27, 2007.

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Veronica Campbell (JAM) during the womens 100m final in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Campbell won in 11.01. Osaka, Japan. August 27, 2007 Veronica Campbell (JAM) during the womens 100m final in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Campbell won in 11.01. Osaka, Japan. August 27, 2007

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Tyson Gay (USA) poses with American flag after winning the 100m in 9.85 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 26, 2007. Tyson Gay (USA) poses with American flag after winning the 100m in 9.85 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 26, 2007.

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Derrick Atkins (BAH), Tyson Gay (USA) and Asafa Powell (JAM) during the mens 100m final in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Gay won in 9.85, Atkins was second in a national record 9.91 and Powell was third in 9.96. 
 Osaka, Japan. August 26, 2007. Derrick Atkins (BAH), Tyson Gay (USA) and Asafa Powell (JAM) during the mens 100m final in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Gay won in 9.85, Atkins was second in a national record 9.91 and Powell was third in 9.96. Osaka, Japan. August 26, 2007.

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Tyson Gay (USA), right, celebrates after winning the 100m in 9.85 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium.Derrick Atkins (BAH) was second in a national record 9.91. Osaka, Japan. August 26, 2007. Tyson Gay (USA), right, celebrates after winning the 100m in 9.85 in the 11th IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium.Derrick Atkins (BAH) was second in a national record 9.91. Osaka, Japan. August 26, 2007.

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Asafa Powell (JAM) finishes second in 100m heat in 10.34 in the IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 25, 2007. Asafa Powell (JAM) finishes second in 100m heat in 10.34 in the IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 25, 2007.

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Derrick Atkins (BAH) places third in 100m heat in 10.25 in the IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 25, 2007. Derrick Atkins (BAH) places third in 100m heat in 10.25 in the IAAF World Championships at Nagai Stadium. Osaka, Japan. August 25, 2007.

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