Willie Gault ‘wipes the dust off’ in winning Mt. SAC 100 in record

Former Super Bowl champ Willie Gault is no hot dog — despite his recent remarks about being faster than all but 8-10 current NFL speedsters. After winning the Mt. SAC masters 100 in an event record 11.28 seconds, he simply walked off to the west stands. I managed to flag him down for a short Q&A, which I posted as a video for Times of San Diego. He says he weighs 173 pounds, and I remarked he looks lighter than a few years back, when he set M50 world records in the 100 and 200. He said it was his first race in two years. If he could go sub-11 this year, that would be incredible.

Willie Gault leads the masters 100 field at Mt SAC Relays, beating former Japanese national champion Hiroaki Akabori. Photo by Chris Stone

Willie Gault leads the masters 100 field at Mt SAC Relays, beating former Japanese national champion Hiroaki Akabori. Photo by Chris Stone

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April 20, 2014

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