Justin Gatlin

Is Justin Gatlin's Decision to Boycott the Media Right?

Melissa Davis | Posted 15.09.2015 | UK Sport
Melissa Davis

The modern media is so geared up for scandal and gossip that I'm not sure whether anything can rise above that, whether it's the royal family or sports. It will be interesting to see whether other athletes stand up to support Gatlin or even take a similar approach - if they do, it'll be a revolution of sorts.

Usain Bolt Just Got Wiped Out By A Segway

The Huffington Post UK | Elliot Wagland and Tahira Mirza | Posted 27.08.2015 | UK Sport

Usain Bolt just won the 200m at the World Athletics Championships in Beijing with a time of 19.56. It's the second time in a week that he's beaten ...

Usain Bolt Storms To World Championship Victory

The Huffington Post UK | Chris York | Posted 24.08.2015 | UK Sport

Usain Bolt has stormed to victory in the men's 100m World Championship final beating Justin Gatlin in Bejing with a time of 9.79 seconds. American ...

In Defence of Drug Cheats

Damian Reilly | Posted 30.07.2015 | UK Sport
Damian Reilly

Only by accepting the realities of doping, as we would any criminal other activity, will we eradicate it.

Usain Bolt vs Justin Gatlin - Could This Be a Golden Age of Athletics.... If We Forget the Doping Bans?

Andy Shepherd | Posted 01.07.2015 | UK Sport
Andy Shepherd

Bolt will need to be nothing short of his best to win, a prospect he has never been faced with before. We could very well see some world records broken in Beijing, as well as returning to the classic era when a victory was taken by a hundredth of a second, not a metre. But who will be the one crossing that lines first. For once, that is very much open to debate.

Here's Why I Won't Be Watching Justin Gatlin Run 9.74

Gordon Bryan | Posted 19.05.2015 | UK Sport
Gordon Bryan

So no, I didn't see Gatlin. I wouldn't want to see him, and not only will I not be watching if I get the chance, I'll be going out of my way to *not* watch him. Gatlin versus Bolt showdown? No thanks.

Usain Bolt: The Movie - Will It Have a Happy Ending?

Andy Shepherd | Posted 29.06.2015 | UK Sport
Andy Shepherd

This week an Usain Bolt film has been announced, made by the men behind Class Of '92, Ben and Gabe Turner at Fulwell 73. The film will follow Usain as he heads towards the Rio Olympics next year and his retirement season in 2017. The story line above could well be what we see played out in this movie.

Should Nike Be Sponsoring Drug Cheat Justin Gatlin?

Andy Shepherd | Posted 26.05.2015 | UK Sport
Andy Shepherd

It's not the place of a sports company to inflict a ban on an athlete. That's down to the governing body of the sport. If the IAAF have cleared Gatlin to compete then he should have the same opportunities as anyone else who is on that start line.

Usain Bolt Beaten

Huffington Post UK | Posted 06.06.2013 | UK Sport

Usain Bolt has been beaten by American sprinter Justin Gatlin at the Rome Golden Gala Diamond League meeting. The Jamaican Olympic champion, who ha...

Usain Bolt: It's All About the 'Big Man'

Olivia Heath | Posted 08.10.2012 | UK Sport
Olivia Heath

Colin Jackson's reaction to the men's 100m track finals was almost as entertaining as the actual race: "Here he comes, here he comes, the big man, the big man, the big man" he shouted to fellow pundits Denise Lewis and Michael Johnson.

Dwain Chambers Risks Health of Athletics in Pursuit of Self-Interest

Adam Crafton | Posted 15.09.2012 | UK Sport
Adam Crafton

Athletics is now seeking salvation from the stains that have been ingrained into the sport by cowardly drug-cheats. Dwain Chambers is the one everyone talks about - he is, to an extent, the victim of a witch-hunt - it does seem that Chambers is the man always singled out in any discussion of doping in athletics.

Why the Public Should Support Dwain Chambers

Siza Agha | Posted 11.05.2012 | UK
Siza Agha

It is beyond any argument that Dwain Chambers has achieved his standing as a world class sprinter despite opposition and obstacles thrown in his path at every given moment by the very people in charge of his sport in the United Kingdom.