Gatlin has had one exceptional week, setting world marks in the 100 meters for 2014 while getting a jump on Bolt.

After winning the 100 meters at the IAAF World Challenge in Beijing on Wednesday, U.S. sprinter JUSTIN GATLIN has recorded the two fastest 100-meter times in the world for 2014, setting the bar high for the remainder of the track and field season…

Okay…Gatlin is throwing up X’s. Does that mean he’s down with Dez Bryant??

Gatlin’s recorded time of 9.87 seconds was 0.05 of a second faster than the previous year’s best, which he set in Shanghai on Sunday…

Video courtesy: Universal Sports

While Usain Bolt recovers from a foot injury, Gatlin is ablaze, dominating the 100 meters. It will be interesting to see what transpires between these two once the Jamaican Sensation returns to action in June.

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