The fastest man in the world will be crowned on day three of athletics events at the London Olympics, which starts on Sunday morning with the women's marathon through the city's streets.
Jamaica's Usain Bolt, Britain's James Dasaolu, Antigua and Barbuda's Daniel Bailey and Saint Kitts & Nevis' Jason Rogers, Egypt's Amr Ibrahim Mostafa Seoud and Guinea-Bissau's Holder da Silva compete in the men's 100m heats at the athletics event of the London 2012 Olympic Games, on August 4. The final in the the blue riband 100m event takes place Sunday evening.
Barring unforeseen circumstances defending champion Usain Bolt of Jamaica and his training partner and world champion Yohan Blake will take centre stage in the blue riband 100m in a battle that promises to light up the Games.
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