If you intend to miss the Olympics, you might need to ensure you watch the 100 meters and 200 meters finals as Winston Dawes has predicted “Something fantastic” in the event. Both events could be the opportunity for challenger and defending champions in both events to settle it once and for all.

Dawes who is the Jamaica track team doctor has declared Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake fit and faring to go at the games which even leaves it an even more mouth watering contest.

The debate has remained between Bolt and Blake, compatriots and training partners and both favourites for the top spots in the events. The likes of Asafa Powell and American pair Tyson Gay and Justin Gatlin all have outside chances of nipping the Jamaican duo too.

Bolt holds the 100m record of 9.58secs and 200m world best of 19.19 but his training partner who he nicknamed the “Beast” Blake beat him at the Jamaican trials in both distances about a month to the games.

Dawes’s assertions also put paid to suggestions that Bolt will miss the Games with injury. Bolt who is the defending champions in the 100m and 200m events is understood to have been suffering with niggling leg and back problems.

Bolt suffers from scoliosis, a condition in which the spine is curved from side to side, but he will be firing on all cylinders on 4th August when the 100m preliminaries begin.

Dawes said: “Both of them are at the top of their game. If the conditions are ideal, then we are going to see something fantastic. We may see records go.”

“He’s back fully,” said the doctor. “He has been training very, very hard and his performance is on track. We expect he’ll be fully fit by the time the Olympics come around. He had some slight cramps [in his legs]. He had had an accident before, so that might have shaken him up a little.”

“They are 100% fit and 100% raring to go. They are mentally fit and they are going to be going all out.”

Bolt was unharmed in a minor road accident in Jamaica last month.

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