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Almost from the moment Usain Bolt finished his 3-for-3-for-3 performance at the
Beijing 2008 Olympic Games — three events, three gold medals, three world
records — everyone began to wonder what he would do for an encore four years
later. Steve Young Womens Jersey . That all changed
in the span of about 72 hours. Yohan Blake, Bolts countryman, workout partner
and rival, beat the Worlds Fastest Man in the 100- and 200-meter finals at
Jamaicas Olympic trials. Bolts subsequent withdrawal from a meet in Monaco only
added to the intrigue. As the start of the London 2012 Olympic Games approaches,
it appears Bolt will have to do more than merely run a series of time trials to
notch three more victories and cement his name as the “living legend” he hopes
to become. Instead, there are questions, namely: Will Bolt be able to hold off
Blake? Or will Blakes challenge only serve to spur him? No surprise what Bolts
take is. “Hes very determined and he wants to win,” Bolt said about Blake, “and
that keeps pushing me.” Other athletes are fascinated by that duo and the
fireworks they could produce in London, where athletics competition begins in
80,000-seat Olympic Stadium on Aug. 3 with preliminaries in the womens 100-meter
heats. The men take to the track a day later for their dash. “Thats a scary
thought: Yohan Blake and Usain Bolt training together. ... That should kick in
that extra motivation, if theres anything needed there,” US hurdler David Oliver
said. “Just to see what those two guys are capable of doing, if theyre both on?”
Bolts world records are 9.58 seconds in the 100, and 19.19 in the 200. Blake ran
a personal-best 9.75 at trials and has a 19.26 in the longer race. “You just
never know,” Oliver added. “Its going to be a spectacle, thats for sure.” That
head-to-head showdown might be only one part of what could turn out to be a
Jamaica vs. Jamaica Olympics, as opposed to Jamaica vs. The World, or Jamaica
vs. US. While the tiny nation was adding Blake to its collection of possible
gold medallists , and defending womens 100 Olympic champion Shelly-Ann
Fraser-Pryce was running the seventh-fastest time ever (10.70) while also adding
a 200 national title, the US team experienced as many negatives as positives
during its tumultuous Olympic trials. Decathlete Ashton Eaton set a world
record, but teammate Bryan Clay, the defending Olympic champion, didnt qualify.
A US sprinter with personality, 200-meter runner Wallace Spearmon, found his
form, but double Olympic bronze medallist Walter Dix failed to make the team,
and 2004 400-meter champion Jeremy Wariner only made it as part of the relay
pool. Allyson Felix, meanwhile, ran a personal-best 21.69 seconds in 200-meter
qualifying, but she also took centre stage in the controversy that overshadowed
not only that accomplishment but the entire trials, really: How to settle a dead
heat for the third and final spot in the womens 100. The possibility of a coin
flip, of all things, was raised in the scramble to come up with
never-thought-about rules. A full week later, the sprinters settled on a runoff;
shortly after that finally was decided, Felixs opponent, Jeneba Tarmoh, pulled
out. Felix will be a long shot for a medal in the 100, while in the 200, she
seeks her first individual Olympic gold — the main prize missing from a career
that includes three world championships and two runner-up finishes on tracks
biggest stage. “People may wonder, What in the world? Shelly-Ann ran 10.70 and
youre nowhere close to that,” said Felix, whose personal best in the 100 is
10.92. “But its about making my 200 better and giving it my all.” The woman who
beat Felix in Athens and Beijing is Veronica Campbell-Brown of Jamaica, who is
going for her third consecutive title at 200 metres, but now finds another
familiar face also posing a threat. Thats Fraser-Pryce, who was not considered a
200 specialist but beat Campbell-Brown to the line by 0.32 seconds at trials.
“Trials is just the means to get us to the Olympics,” Campbell-Brown said. “Its
a competitive thing. We all have to show up when it matters the most.” In
Beijing, Jamaica won 11 medals at the track — not bad for a country of about 2.7
million. Buoyed by sheer numbers up and down the lineup of events, the United
States led all nations with 23 medals. But that matched the countrys
second-lowest total since 1992, and two medals were squandered when both
4×100-meter relay teams dropped the baton. So instead of celebrating after
Beijing, the US track team returned home and tried to regroup. The result:
“Project 30,” a boldly stated mission to win 30 medals in London — a goal that
leaders of the track team have only tepidly embraced since former CEO Doug Logan
was fired not long after setting it. “Thats a reach goal,” said the new CEO, Max
Siegel. “But Im very confident well have a good showing over in London.” Among
Americas best sprinters is Carmelita Jeter, the world leader at 100 metres
before Fraser-Pryce ran faster, and the strongest US candidate to win three
medals — in the 100, 200 and 4×100 relay. And on the mens side, there are a
couple of familiar names: Tyson Gay and Justin Gatlin. Gatlin is the 2004
Olympic champion at 100 metres who is back on the international scene following
a four-year ban for excessive testosterone. Gay is the 2007 world champion — the
man to beat before Bolt burst onto the scene — who is still working his way back
into form from a hip injury, one of a number of ailments starting to dwarf his
list of accomplishments. Gatlin and Gay have met twice in recent weeks, with
Gatlin winning at the US Olympic trials, and Gay taking a victory in Paris. If
form holds, theyll be racing for the bronze in the 100 in London. But as Bolt
found out at his Olympic trials, these races are not won on paper. “These two
can really encourage each other and motivate each other to take on that other
little island out there whos been dominating America,” said Renaldo Nehemiah, a
former hurdler turned agent who represents Gatlin. At 400 metres, America has
both of the favourites in Sanya Richards-Ross, who still needs individual
Olympic gold to fill out her resume, and LaShawn Merritt, trying to take a
second gold in a row after serving a 21-month doping ban between Olympics.
Rankled at the thought that Merritt can defend his title after a doping ban,
Britains Dai Greene has promised to give him the cold shoulder should the two
meet at the track. Certainly something to watch for. But for sheer intrigue in
the mens 400, all eyes will be on Oscar Pistorius of South Africa. Pistorius is
a double-amputee and runs on carbon-fiber blades. After years of pleading his
case in hearing rooms and months of trying to earn a spot on his countrys team,
hell become the first amputee runner to compete in an Olympics. “Today is truly
one of the proudest days of my life,” Pistorius said on July 4, when he was
named to the team to run in both the individual 400 and the 4×400-meter relay.
The best 1-on-1 matchup this side of Bolt vs. Blake figures to be Chinas Liu
Xiang against Cubas Dayron Robles in the 110-meter hurdles. At the Athens Games
eight years ago, Liu became the first Asian man to win an Olympic sprinting
event. Two years later, he broke the world record. Two years after that, Robles
ran faster. Then in Beijing, there was the drama of Lius withdrawal from a
morning heat because of an Achilles tendon injury, leaving a billion or so local
fans bitterly disappointed. That set up Robles to claim one of his nations two
total golds. Making things even more interesting, Liu and Robles got tangled
with each other from adjacent lanes during the world championships last year. So
even though Robles crossed the finish line first, he was disqualified and left
empty-handed, allowing Jason Richardson of the US to take a surprising gold, and
Liu a silver. In the womens hurdles, Lolo Jones has turned herself into a media
star despite her role as a decided underdog heading into London. She qualified
third at US trials and hasnt run faster than 12.75 this year. The defending
Olympic champion is Dawn Harper. She stayed upright after Jones tripped on the
second-to-last hurdle in Beijing, then found herself looking around in
disbelief, asking if she had really won, after crossing the line in first. Her
toughest competition should come from reigning world champion Sally Pearson of
Australia, who has the top time in the world this year, 12.40 seconds. “Its a
lot different feeling going in where no one expects you to win, to going in
where a lot of people expect you to win,” Harper said. “Ive just got to make
sure I keep doing the work, because I want to feel that feeling again.” As does
Russias Yelena Isinbayeva, who will be going for a third straight gold medal in
one of the premier field events, the womens pole vault. No woman in track and
field has managed to win an individual Olympic title in each of three successive
games. “This,” Isinbayeva said, “is my goal.” Of course, no sporting event in
Britain would be complete without high expectations for the home athletes. On
the track, the greatest hopes will be vested in Mo Farah, the Somalia-born
long-distance runner who is the reigning world champion at 5,000 metres and
runner-up at 10,000. Defending 400-meter Olympic champion Christine Ohuruogu,
world heptathlon runner-up Jessica Ennis and 38-year-old marathoner Paula
Radcliffe are among the others who will have to deal with hometown pressure on
top of everything else. “Head down and concentrating,” Farah said of his
preparations, which have taken place in Oregon — in part, an attempt to stay far
from the media glare in London. In the 800 metres, Caster Semenya of South
Africa makes her Olympic debut, three years after questions about her gender
forced her to undergo tests and drop out of competition for nearly a year before
tracks governing body cleared her to race again. She was the silver medallist at
last years world championships. And hovering over the entire track meet,
especially the sprints, will be the new false start rule introduced for this
Olympic cycle. In the past, the entire field was given a freebie, and
disqualifications didnt start until the second person jumped. These days, its a
no-tolerance policy: You jump once, youre out. The most high-profile victim of
the rule thus far was Bolt. At the world championships last year, he was
disqualified from the 100 for a false start, clearing a path for Blakes victory.
Until a few weeks ago, most track aficionados thought Bolt could beat Blake if
the two actually ran head-to-head. Didnt quite work out that way. At Jamaicas
Olympic trials, Bolt was glacially slow in unfurling his 6-foot-5 frame from the
starting blocks, leading to questions about whether the aftershock of last years
false start was still playing in his mind. Still, Blake was impressive in his
own right. He beat Bolt by 0.11 seconds. To put that in perspective, when Bolt
coasted to a victory in a then-world-record 9.69 seconds in Beijing, his margin
of victory over Richard Thompson of Trinidad and Tobago was 0.20. So it seems
safe to say Bolt is not completely out of the picture. But he does have some
ground to make up. “Its just all about the work,” Bolt said. “Ive just got to
put in the work, got to figure out what I did wrong and just keep working at
it.”—- Medal projections: Men 100 metres Gold: Usain Bolt, Jamaica Silver:
Yohan Blake, Jamaica Bronze: Justin Gatlin, United States 200 Gold: Usain Bolt,
Jamaica Silver: Yohan Blake, Jamaica Bronze: Wallace Spearmon, United States 400
Gold: LaShawn Merritt, United States Silver: Luguelin Santos, Dominican Republic
Bronze: Kirani James, Grenadines 800 Gold: David Rudisha, Kenya Silver: Abubaker
Kaki, Sudan Bronze: Yuriy Borzakovskiy, Russia 1,500 Gold: Abel Kiru, Kenya
Silver: Nixon Chepseba, Kenya Bronze: Silas Kiplagat, Kenya 5,000 Gold: Mo
Farah, Britain Silver: Isaiah Kiplangat Koech, Kenya Bronze: Galen Rupp, United
States 10,000 Gold: Kenenisa Bekele, Ethiopia Silver: Mo Farah, Britain Bronze:
Teriku Bekele, Ethiopia Marathon Gold: Abel Kirui, Kenya Silver: Wilson Kipsang,
Kenya Bronze: Emmanuel Mutai, Kenya 110 Hurdles Gold: Liu Xiang, China Silver:
Dayron Robles, Cuba Bronze: Aries Merritt, United States 400 Hurdles Gold:
Angelo Taylor, United States Silver: Javier Culson, Puerto Rico Bronze: Dai
Greene, Britain 3,000 Steeplechase Gold: Ezekiel Kemboi, Kenya Silver: Kiprop
Mutai, Kenya Bronze: Brimin Kipruto, Kenya 20K Walk Gold: Andrei Krivov, Russia
Silver: Zhen Wang, China Bronze: Valeriy Borchin, Russia 50K Walk Gold: Sergei
Kirdyapkin, Russia Silver: Jared Tallent, Australia Bronze: Sergei Bakulin,
Russia Decathlon Gold: Ashton Eaton, United States Silver: Pascal Behrenbruch,
Germany Bronze: Trey Hardee, United States Long Jump Gold: Will Claye, United
States Silver: Sebastian Bayer, Germany Bronze: Greg Rutherford, Britain Triple
Jump Gold: Fabrizio Donato, Italy Silver: Christian Taylor, United States
Bronze: Will Claye, United States High Jump Gold: Ivan Ukhov, Russia Silver:
Jesse Williams, United States Bronze: Dimitrios Chondrokoukis, Greece Pole Vault
Gold: Renaud Lavillenie, France Silver: Malte Mohr, Germany Bronze: Bjoern Otto,
Germany Javelin Gold: Andreas Thorkildsen, Norway Silver: Vitezslav Vesely,
Czech Republic Bronze: Tero Pitkamaki, Finland Discus Gold: Robert Harting,
Germany Silver: Gerd Kanter, Estonia Bronze: Zoltan Kovago, Hungary Shot Put
Gold: David Storl, Germany Silver: Reese Hoffa, United States Bronze: Ryan
Whiting, United States Hammer Gold: Krisztian Pars, Hungary Silver: Aleksey
Zagorniy, Russia Bronze: Szymon Ziolkowski, Poland 4×100 Relay Gold: Jamaica
Silver: United States Bronze: Netherlands 4×400 Relay Gold: United States
Silver: Jamaica Bronze: Belgium Women 100 metres Gold: Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce,
Jamaica Silver: Carmelita Jeter, United States Bronze: Veronica Campbell-Brown,
Jamaica 200 Gold: Allyson Felix, United States Silver: Veronica Campbell-Brown,
Jamaica Bronze: Carmelita Jeter, United States 400 Gold: Sanya Richards-Ross,
United States Silver: Amantle Montsho, Botswana Bronze: Christine Ohuruogu,
Britain 800 Gold: Caster Semenya, South Africa Silver: Pamela Jelimo, Kenya
Bronze: Mariya Savinova, Russia 1,500 Gold: Yekaterina Martynova, Russia Silver:
Yekaterina Kostetskaia, Russia Bronze: Genzebe Dibaba, Ethiopia 5,000 Gold:
Vivian Cheruiyot, Kenya Silver: Tirunesh Dibaba, Ethiopia Bronze: Meseret Defar,
Ethiopia 10,000 Gold: Tirunesh Dibaba, Ethiopia Silver: Vivian Cheruiyot, Kenya
Bronze: Sally Kipyego, Kenya Marathon Gold: Mary Keitany, Kenya Silver: Edna
Kiplagat, Kenya Bronze: Liliya Shobukhova, Russia 100 Hurdles Gold: Sally
Pearson, Australia Silver: Dawn Harper, United States Bronze: Kellie Wells,
United States 400 Hurdles Gold: Melaine Walker, Jamaica Silver: Lashinda Demus,
United States Bronze: Kaliese Spencer, Jamaica 3,000 Steeplechase Gold: Yuliya
Zaripova, Russia Silver: Milcah Chemos Cheywa, Kenya Bronze: Sofia Assefa,
Ethiopia 20K Walk Gold: Olga Kaniskina, Russia Silver: Anisya Kirdyapkina,
Russia Bronze: Liu Hong, China Heptathlon Gold: Jessica Ennis, Britain Silver:
Tatyana Chernova, Russia Bronze: Nataliya Dobrynska, Ukraine Long Jump Gold:
Brittney Reese, United States Silver: Olga Kucherenko, Russia Bronze: Anna
Nazarova, Russia Triple Jump Gold: Olha Saladuha, Ukraine Silver: Yargeris
Savigne, Cuba Bronze: Olga Rypakova, Kazakhstan High Jump Gold: Anna Chicherova,
Russia Silver: Chaunte Lowe, United States Bronze: Tia Hellebaut, Belgium Pole
Vault Gold: Yelena Isinbayeva, Russia Silver: Fabiana Murer, Brazil Bronze:
Jennifer Suhr, United States Javelin Gold: Barbora Spotakova, Czech Republic
Silver: Mariya Abakumova, Russia Bronze: Sunette Viljoen, South Africa Discus
Gold: Sandra Perkovic, Croatia Silver: Nadine Mueller, Germany Bronze: Yarelis
Barrios, Cuba Shot Put Gold: Valerie Adams, New Zealand Silver: Nadzeya
Ostapchuk, Belarus Bronze: Jillian Camarena-Williams, United States Hammer Gold:
Betty Heidler, Germany Silver: Aksana Miankova, Belarus Bronze: Zhang Wenxiu,
China 4×100 Relay Gold: United States Silver: Jamaica Bronze: Ukraine 4×400
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backlash from South Floridians angered by the teams latest payroll purge.
“Everybody in the world wants to talk about the Marlins and the fact theyre now
a Triple-A team,” said city commissioner Marc Sarnoff, who was an opponent of
the ballpark project. “The Marlins have lost pretty much all credibility with
fans. Even if this trade is a positive move from a baseball standpoint, it wont
be viewed by the general public as a positive move.” Miami traded All-Star
shortstop Jose Reyes, left-hander Mark Buehrle and right-hander Josh Johnson as
part of the deal, which awaited final approval Wednesday pending physicals for
the players. Among the players the Blue Jays gave up were shortstops
Yunel Escobar and Adeiny Hechavarria, right-hander Henderson Alvarez and several
top minor-league prospects. Many fan complaints involved the ballpark, which was
paid for mostly with taxpayer money as Loria promised a new era of higher
payrolls and more competitive teams. The ballpark opened this year and is state
of the art, but the team suddenly is looking like the same old Marlins. Loria
declined to talk with reporters as he passed through the hotel lobby at the
owners meetings in Chicago. “Not today, boys,” he said. “If you havent figured
it out yet, Im not going to figure it out for you.” Team president David Samson
said the trade improved the Marlins, who have finished last in the NL East each
of the past two years. This season they expected to contend for the playoffs
with the highest payroll in franchise history but instead went 69-93, their
worst record since 1999. “We sat down after the season and talked about the team
and said we cannot keep finishing in last place,” Samson said on his weekly
radio show on WINZ-AM. “We found a way to possibly in one fell swoop get a whole
lot better. I recognize that the names coming back in a potential trade are not
names people are familiar with, but in the baseball world, people are familiar
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Jeff DeForrest began fielding calls from irate listeners shortly after news of
the trade broke Tuesday. “The next move obviously is to have Fidel Castro throw
out the first pitch next year,” DeForrest said. “Thats the only way they could
alienate the fans more than they have.” Castro became a source of acrimony last
April, when Marlins manager Ozzie Guillens praise of the former Cuban leader
infuriated team supporters. That was shortly after the new ballpark opened in
Miamis Little Havana neighbourhood, and attendance never recovered from the
tempest. Management had projected the rebranded team would win and draw nearly 3
million fans, but instead the Marlins were out of contention by midseason, and
attendance barely topped 2.2 million. With revenue falling short of projections,
Loria decided to end the franchises brief era of big spending. The players
traded by the Marlins have combined guaranteed salaries of $163.75 million
through 2018, including $96 million due Reyes. The deals he and Buehrle signed
when they joined Miami a year ago were heavily backloaded. Salaries for 2013
include $13.75 million for Johnson in the final year of his contract, $11
million for Buehrle and $10 million for Reyes. The net in guaranteed salaries
coming off Marlins books is expected to be $154 million, which does not account
for any cash that may be involved in trade. Three years ago, the Marlins reached
an agreement with the players union to increase spending in the wake of
complaints team payroll had been so small as to violate baseballs revenue
sharing provisions. But the trade with Toronto leaves the Marlins with an
estimated opening day payroll of $34 million, which would be their lowest since
2008. Oakland had the lowest payroll in the majors last year at $59.5 million.
Of the lineup that took the field for the festive first game in the new ballpark
less than eight months ago, only two players remain—Giancarlo Stanton and
Logan Morrison. Stanton tweeted that he was angry about the trade and changed
his Twitter photo in an apparent protest, swapping out his Marlins uniform for a
black shirt. “Im not saying fans cant be upset,” Morrison tweeted to his 123,000
followers. “Im saying Im not going to get upset. I cant control it. So dont
expect me to be upset.” ’ ’ ’ 

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