In this file photo, Trinity Gay, a Scott County seventh-grader racing for her high school team, won the 100 meters and was part of the winning 4-by-100 and 4-by-200 relays at the meet named for her dad, Tyson Gay.
In this file photo, Trinity Gay, a Scott County seventh-grader racing for her high school team, won the 100 meters and was part of the winning 4-by-100 and 4-by-200 relays at the meet named for her dad, Tyson Gay. Mark Maloney File
In this file photo, Trinity Gay, a Scott County seventh-grader racing for her high school team, won the 100 meters and was part of the winning 4-by-100 and 4-by-200 relays at the meet named for her dad, Tyson Gay. Mark Maloney File

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