Tyson Gay says "it's not looking good" for a
rematch with Usain Bolt in the 200 meters at the world
championships because he is still bothered by a groin injury.
The sprinter finished second to Bolt in the 100 after the
Jamaican won in a world-record 9.58 seconds Sunday. Gay set an
American mark at 9.71, but was still a few strides behind Bolt.
Gay, who is from Lexington, Ky., has been plagued by the groin
injury in recent weeks.
"It's trying to hold up, man," Gay told The Associated Press
as he made his way from Olympic Stadium after accepting his silver
medal. "(Going) to see the doctors. Right now, they're not really
too happy with me running."