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Olympic Athletes to Watch
The Olympic Games have already delivered on the hype, but there is more to come! Take a look at who to keep an eye on as the Games head into the second week.
There is reason we picked this giant poster of Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt... the Olympic champion is out to make a big statement next week.
If Bolt is the king, Yohan Blake is the man destined to overthrow him. The men's 100m is the race to watch.
Chinese swimming prodigy has already smashed records and caused a stir in London with two gold medals in the bag. More to come...
Caster Semenya of South Africa hasn't had the best run-up coming into London, but we are hoping she comes good on the big stage.
Oscar Pistorius is the centre of one of the most emotional debates in athletics - does he have an unfair advantage? We don't know the science, but as a role model he is second to none.
Michael Phelps is not the swimmer he was in Beijing, but the Olympic legend still has plenty to offer in London.
Strength and determination are qualities one can use when discussing Serbian powerhouse Novak Djokovic. Skill and audacious shot-making abilities make him even more dangerous.
On the grass courts of Wimbledon, Roger Federer seems destined to add more Olympic gold to his bulging trophy cabinet.
Ryan Lochte has emerged from under the shadow of Phelps in London and will feature strongly this week.
In Usain Bolt, Jamaica has the world's fastest man on two legs, but when it comes to wheels, Britain's Mark Cavendish is up there with the best.
Gymnast Jordyn Wieber of the United States has a point to prove in London and she'll be certain to do everything possible to make it a reality.
Tony Estanguet's career success dates all the way back to the 90's. Having already bagged one gold medal in London, this French canoeist is not finished yet.
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