Tyson Gay makes history at the Shanghai Golden Grand Prix. The American sprinter runs the second fastest men's 100 meters on record.
Gay's 9.69 seconds matched Usain Bolt's world record and winning time in last year's final at the Beijing Olympics. The Jamaican eclipsed the mark with 9.58 in the 100m at last month's World Championships in Berlin. Gay won silver in that race.
Also in Shanghai: Jamaica's Asafa Powell was second and American Darvis Patton won bronze. Watch, WHEN YOU JUMP.