Eurosport expert Maurice Greene says Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake are in a different league for the 200m after the semi-finals but the world record is safe.
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Discus gold medal winner Robert Harting says his celebrations were not all as joyous as the shirt-tearing 100m hurdles that so delighted fans at London 2012.
Tia Hellebaut admits she is an underdog to defend her Olympic high jump title after a Kim Clijsters-style comeback to athletics.
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Eurosport expert Maurice Greene expects Allyson Felix to win the women's Olympic 200m title.
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Athens gold medallist Roman Sebrle of the Czech Republic and Belgian Hans van Alphen say American world-record holder Ashton Eaton is the man to beat in the decathlon.
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Eurosport expert Maurice Greene says Usain Bolt will be stronger in the 200m than he was in the 100m but Yohan Blake can beat him.