Near the end of the walk, several students decided to race Olympic sprinter Tyson Gay, in white shirt and athletic pants,  as he walked with the students during the launching of the "World Fit, Olympians for Worldwide Fitness," program at Winburn Middle School in Lexington, Ky., Monday, April, 05, 2010. Micki King, 1972 Olympic gold medalist for springboard diving is championing a pilot program in Lexington aimed at getting middle school students more active outdoors. She and Olympic sprinter Tyson Gay were at the school today for the assembly. Following the assembly in the gym, Tyson Gay walked 2 laps with students. Photo by Charles Bertram
Near the end of the walk, several students decided to race Olympic sprinter Tyson Gay, in white shirt and athletic pants, as he walked with the students during the launching of the "World Fit, Olympians for Worldwide Fitness," program at Winburn Middle School in Lexington, Ky., Monday, April, 05, 2010. Micki King, 1972 Olympic gold medalist for springboard diving is championing a pilot program in Lexington aimed at getting middle school students more active outdoors. She and Olympic sprinter Tyson Gay were at the school today for the assembly. Following the assembly in the gym, Tyson Gay walked 2 laps with students. Photo by Charles Bertram
Near the end of the walk, several students decided to race Olympic sprinter Tyson Gay, in white shirt and athletic pants, as he walked with the students during the launching of the "World Fit, Olympians for Worldwide Fitness," program at Winburn Middle School in Lexington, Ky., Monday, April, 05, 2010. Micki King, 1972 Olympic gold medalist for springboard diving is championing a pilot program in Lexington aimed at getting middle school students more active outdoors. She and Olympic sprinter Tyson Gay were at the school today for the assembly. Following the assembly in the gym, Tyson Gay walked 2 laps with students. Photo by Charles Bertram

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