WATCH LIVE: Usain Bolt at Adidas Grand Prix -- 1 p.m. ET
Bolt, a six-time Olympic champion, will contest the 200m, leading an overall field of athletes that includes Tyson Gay (100 meters), David Rudisha (800 meters), Jenn Suhr (pole vault), Lolo Jones (100m hurdles) and former New York Giants running back David Wilson (triple jump).
Bolt, who owns the 200m world record of 19.19 seconds, ran 20.13 in rainy Ostrava, Czech Republic, on May 26, his second 200m race since 2013. His time Saturday will be measured against the fastest man in the world the last two years, Justin Gatlin, who clocked 19.68 twice in the last 11 months. Gatlin is not racing in New York.