Preview: Olympic Track & Field Athletics (7 August)

06th August 2012
Women's Javelin Throw - Qualification
Goldie Sayers should qualify for the final.

Men's 110m Hurdles - Round 1
Many will eagerly await the final on Wednesday.

Men's Triple Jump – Qualification
Question marks have been raised over the fitness of Phillips Idowu - likely to be all or nothing from him today.

Women's 5000m - Round 1
Barbara Parker, Julia Bleasdale and Jo Pavey all go for Great Britain

Men's 200m - Round 1
Bolt begins his quest for gold number two.

Men's High Jump - Final
Robert Grabarz has a very good chance of a medal.

Women's Long Jump – Qualification
Shara Proctor goes for GB – final on Wednesday.

Women's 100m Hurdles - Semi-finals & Final
Subject to the semis the Gold is likely to be between Lolo Jones (USA) and Sally Pearson (AUS). Pearson will be hoping to make up for what has been a very poor games for the Aussies so far.
Predication: Gold for Lolo.

Men's Discus Throw - Final
Lawrence Okoye made it into the final with his last throw; he’ll just be hoping not to scare the photographers too much.

Men's 800m - Semi-finals
Andrew Osagie is the only Brit through; David Rudisha (KEN) will be hoping to add the Gold to his 2011 World Title.

Women's 200m - Semi-finals
Margaret Adeoye and Abiodun Oyepitan made it the semi, but so did the three American's and 100m Gold medal winner Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (JAM).

Men's 1500m – Final
With three Kenyan’s in the race, the rest of the field will have their work cut out.

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