Gatecrasher Greene; Mighty Maurice Proves He's the World's Fastest and Says: They Were Going to Party So I Had to Invite Myself
Byline: NEIL WILSON
MAURICE GREENE flew back to the United States yesterday, not by Concorde, as befits the world's fastest man, but on a slower flight so that he could catch up on lost sleep.
'I need to fit in some sleep before Friday because I need to get back on the training track,' he said. 'There's work to be done. This is only the beginning.
'I always said that I wanted to take the 100 metres to a whole other level and we haven't finished with it yet.' Greene had run the 100m in a record 9.79 seconds in Athens on Wednesday night and, two hours later, produced his fastest 200m for two years. But the tiredness he felt was less in the legs than the right …
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Publication information: Article title: Gatecrasher Greene; Mighty Maurice Proves He's the World's Fastest and Says: They Were Going to Party So I Had to Invite Myself. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: Daily Mail (London). Publication date: June 18, 1999. Page number: 81. © 2007 Daily Mail. COPYRIGHT 1999 Gale Group.
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