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Tori Bowie pulls off another American upset of Jamaicans at world track championships

Tori Bowie pulls off another American upset of Jamaicans at world track championships

The American sprinter took a mighty tumble. Nobody, however, has fallen harder than Jamaica so far at this year's world championships.

The evening after Usain Bolt's improbable loss to a pair of U.S. runners, the world's best sprint island watched the red, white and blue paraded around the track once again at its expense.

Tori Bowie leaned over the line for her 100-meter victory, then stumbled and crashed down to the track to put the exclamation point on the second straight sprint shock of the meet. Her .01-second victory Sunday over Marie-Josee Ta Lou of the Ivory Coast was a photo-finish thriller. The fact that the defending Olympic champion and the most dominant female...

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