Tyson Gay came up just short of earning a medal in the 100 meter finals in London. He was described as ‘inconsolable’ after the run.
Tyson Gay ‘inconsolable’ after 100 meter loss: ‘I tried’: LONDON – U.S. sprinter Tyson Gay was inconsolable afte… http://t.co/MSenIkJa
— Sneaky 'N' Cunning (@Adm_JackSparrow) August 5, 2012
@TysonLGay We are all so very proud of you. You're a true champion & did things the right way. You are the greatest US 100m man of all-time
— Jim McDannald (@jmcdannald) August 5, 2012
Tyson Gay, who finished fourth, inconsolable after the race. "I just felt like I let a lot of people down." #London2012
— Scott Cacciola (@ScottCacciola) August 5, 2012
Fans sent tweets of encouragement his way.
@TysonLGay Nobody can do more, man!
— Patricia Worrell (@bytesdog) August 5, 2012
— Shane Boyd (@ShaneBoyd7) August 5, 2012
@TysonLGay still my favourite sprinter man. Your best is all we could ask for.
— Wayndale Bennett (@WBSprintz_) August 5, 2012
@TysonLGay you might not have the medal to prove it but we all know he really came third in that race…
— Jack Lannie (@JackLannie) August 5, 2012
— Montell Douglas (@MontyTrackStar) August 5, 2012
@TysonLGay great job, were proud of you! 🙂
— nichole denby (@nicholedenby) August 5, 2012
@TysonLGay <—-Man with Integrity, Much respect!!!
— I'm Word (@thalastword) August 5, 2012
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