Sprinters Carmelita Jeter and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce told a meet official they didn’t want to be asked questions about doping cases in track and field at a press conference Thursday.
They meant it.
Jeter, the reigning world 100-meter champion, walked out of the press conference after a question was regarding the current Jamaican doping case.
“Thank you,” she said, putting down her microphone and leaving the stage.
Fraser-Pryce, the two-time reigning Olympic champion in the 100, left seconds later, but it may have been because she felt the press conference was over.
Fraser-Pryce trains with the same track club in Jamaica as Asafa Powell and Sherone Simpson, who tested positive for a banned stimulant at last month’s Jamaican national championships.
American record-holder Tyson Gay also announced a positive test Sunday and will miss the world championships.
The meet official had fun with the situation though, saying “I wanted to ask you something on the haircut” as the sprinters walked away.
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Before swimming races, Michael Phelps is known for swinging his arms wildly to loosen his limbs.
He utilized the same warm-up prior to his first tee shot at the Celebrity Match for the 2016 Ryder Cup on Tuesday.
Phelps was partnered with surfer Kelly Slater. The pair defeated former sprinter John Regis and former tennis player Martina Navratilova, as the U.S. celebrities dominated the Europeans 14-0 over a 9-hole scramble at the Hazeltine National Golf Club in Minnesota.
Phelps appeared to have fun with the crowd, telling fans that he planned on using one of his 23 Olympic gold medals as a ball marker. He also heard “2020” chants from fans who want him to compete at the Tokyo Games.
“That was pretty funny, because it’s not happening,” Phelps said to RyderCup.com.
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James Corden, the host of the “The Late Late Show,” challenged Usain Bolt and actor Owen Wilson to a 100m race.
Not surprisingly, Bolt, who owns the world record in the event, crossed the finish line first (VIDEO).
The appearance was a part of Bolt’s media tour, which moved from the East Coast to Los Angeles on Tuesday.
He also appeared on “The Ellen Show,” and Ellen DeGeneres asked Bolt his girlfriend. He said that his mother wants him to get married, but he would rather “give it some time.” DeGeneres then asked if his girlfriend was pushing him to “put a ring on it.”
“She might be thinking it, you never know,” he said (VIDEO). “But she’s not saying it, so that’s good.”
Bolt also interacted several celebrities in Los Angeles. After meeting David Beckham, he posed with the rapper Drake.
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