U.S. takes gold in long jump, decathlon
HELSINKI, Finland -- Bryan Clay looks too small to be the "world's greatest athlete." Tianna Madison seems too young to be a world champion.
Both Americans were triumphant, though, on a cold, wet and windy Wednesday night at the world track and field championships.
Clay, at 5-foot-11 dwarfed by his mammoth opponents, defeated
Olympic champion and world record holder Roman Sebrle of the Czech
Republic, 8,732 points to 8,521, to win the gold medal in the
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