Johnson accuses the media of vilifying Gatlin when he's far from the only past drug cheat still competing in the sport.
Not surprisingly, there is much that can be improved.
Johnson thinks it's unfair to call the battle between Bolt and Gatlin "good vs evil". Says he's voting for Hilary Clinton.
Bolt once said, "When I'm at the gym, I think about chicks, going to the beach, and looking good. I do it for the girls".
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We loved Dennehy's tweet: "One day, a race you commentate on could go viral. At the pivotal moment, don't screech like a slaughtered chicken."
*Good Read: Dennehy Explains Why In This Dark Period Of Doping Scandals, Phil Healy's Viral Finish Is Great For The Sport "That one race won’t change people’s perceptions about the sport ... but maybe it has helped them remember that beneath the ugliness they’ve come to know, come to accept, there is still a whole lot of beauty left."
Johnson: "Watching sport, there have been plenty of commentators I've found annoying. If anything, I've modelled myself on not being like them.
Interesting look at the reactions from some commentators including Steve Cram when Gatlin ran the 8th fastest 200 of all-time. They were more than a little skeptical.