MJC's new Atlas latex track was broken in impressively with Carlos Moore's wind-aided 9.97 in the 100 meters, Lauryn Williams' double in the 100 (11.18) and 200 (22.85), and Mike Rodgers' legal 10.06.
Elsewhere in the track world, results were mixed. Allyson Felix sparkled in Doha, Qatar, with her twin wins in the 100 (10.93) and 400 (49.83). American David Oliver's 12.95 in the 110-meter hurdles missed Liu Xiang's world record by only .07.
Conversely, Jeremy Wariner, the Olympic gold medalist in the 400 and the 4x400 relay, may have wished he was back in the Central Valley. Beset by cold and rain at Osaka, Japan, Wariner was stopped by a cramp in his thigh during his warmup and pulled out of the 200.
Tyson Gay, the reigning world champion in the 100, 200 and the 4x100 relay, rested this weekend.