DALIAN, China (AP) Tyson Gay said his hamstring is feeling better and he’ll be healthy and ready to go when the Olympic 100-meter races start next week.

“When I step on the line in Beijing, don’t worry. I’ll be ready to go,” Gay said Monday before departing for China from Munich, where he had been training.

He has decided to fly to Beijing and skip going to the U.S. track team’s training camp because he wants be at the opening ceremonies.

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