Good Morning: Usain Bolt Is Still The Fastest Man On The Planet

Lightning still strikes in the rain: Usain Bolt maintained his title of the World's Fastest Man, winning the 100m at the World Championship in Moscow. Bolt won in 9.77 seconds. Justin Gatlin finished second.

"Then I saw these long legs coming up on my right side," Gatlin said. "He's great. He's just great."

These two aren't exactly the best of friends, but after the race, Gatlin congratulated Bolt, who had some kind words in return.

"For him to say to me, 'Hey, you're the guy who pushes me to go even faster.' I'm honored in that," Gatlin said. "But I thought I had it for a second."


Jason Dufner took home his first major championship, holding off Jim Furyk for most of the final day at the PGA. It was about as routine a final day as you can have in golf. 


EJ Manuel impressed his coaching staff during Buffalo's 44-20 win over Indianapolis.


Mariano Rivera blew his third save in a row, but Brett Gardner's homer in the bottom of the ninth gave the Yankees their first series win in over a month.


Kevin Durant returned to Seattle for a Summer League game and scored 63 points in front of his old fans while playing for 51 minutes.


Stephen Strasburg threw his first career shutout as Washington swept Philadelphia.


Baltimore hired Phil Niekro to work with three minor league pitchers they hope to convert into knuckleball pitchers.


Curt Schilling admints he suffered from a heart attack in 2011.


Several West Virginia Mountaineers took subtle shots at Geno Smith and the way the program formed around him last season.


Santonio Holmes was accused of milking his injury to skip preseason practice and games in order to maximize his value for his next contract.


Nick Foles got over 80 percent of the first-team reps for the Eagles on Sunday.


Dallas Clark signed with the Baltimore Ravens.






Matt Damon's Elysium was No.1 at the box office this week.


World War Z became Brad Pitt's highest grossing movie.


Despite Hollywood's big 3-D push, moviegoers are heading back to regular films in theaters.


Danny Brown and Big Sean quashed their beef, which I didn't even realize they had. 


50 Cent confronted Trav as Meek Mill intervened, then had a fairly interesting discussion about making it in hip-hop.


Mike Will is Billboard's hottest producer in the game.


Earl Sweatshirt performed on Jimmy Fallon on Friday night.





President Obama hit the links at Martha's Vineyard yesterday, which is were I will be on Friday. Think he needs a fourth this weekend?


A four-year old girl was amongst the eight people shot in Chicago on Sunday night.


The FDA issued a nationwide recall on drugs made in one Texas compound pharmacy, citing concerns over sterility.


Joe Biden spoke in Iowa over the weekend which indicates that he is most certainly running for President in 2016, because everyone who runs for President starts in Iowa. 


The California legislature has over 1,000 bills to get through before Sept. 13, so they can be enacted into law in 2014, and many are high-profile items like fracking, immigration and gun control. Best of luck.





The Negro League's Baseball Museum will pay tribute to the hot dog this Saturday, honoring its connection to baseball with hot dogs and brauts from ballparks across the country.

“While ballpark foods have become more sophisticated over recent years, baseball fans still relish the hot dog,” NLBM president Bob Kendrick said in a news release. “We created the Heart of America Hot Dog Festival to unite fans around that common bond in a fun and entertaining celebration that we hope will become an annual tradition at Historic 18 Vine.”





Rapsody drops another track ahead of her highly-anticipated mixtape next week, this one produced by Primo.

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