Usain Bolt & Mo Farah headline London event

The 22-year-old from Markham, Ont., was to race Jamaican star Usain Bolt one last time in the world 100 metres and was a solid shot to capture gold in the 200 metres.

"I heard from [De Grasse] 10 minutes afterward, he was very stoic", said McMillan, who did not accompany De Grasse to Munich. De Grasse prefers basketball, lists oxtail as his favorite food and is more reserved.

"I have the money to Andre, I know that he really wanted to send a message here at the world Championships, said by way of a press release is the head coach of Athletics Canada, Glenroy Gilbert". "I love competition, I thrive on competition, and I want people to run fast to push me". The fastest guy in the world gets to choose the field.

"I mean, what he has achieved for track and field alone these last few years has been massive".

Sprinting has been mired by doping over the years, and track and field's governing body the IAAF has been on the back foot over widespread state-sponsored doping in Russian Federation, whose athletes were barred from the Rio Olympics and will also miss London, although some have been cleared to compete as neutrals.

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The presenters pointed him toward the top step, which is now the goal at every meet.

"So for me no matter how bad the situation, I've always tried to turn it around and try to make it into a positive".

The defending 400m world champion said while he had no immediate plans to remove the one-lap sprint from his repertoire, the shorter distances would receive more attention in future.

This was thought to be in response to De Grasse suggesting Bolt might be slowing down in his final season.

Van Niekerk obliterated Johnson's longstanding 400m world record with a run of 43.03 seconds previous year in Rio.

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"I see him around".

"He's basically just shrugging his shoulders and saying, 'Well it happens, I can't do anything about it now". Coe also compared the Jamaican's impact on athletics to that of a legend of the boxing ring: "Usain Bolt is a genius".

"To be one of the guys in contention to win and to upset Bolt, that would be insane". And few gave a chance to Van Niekerk to get even close to the mark past year when he was allotted the outside for the Olympic final, where all others can target you - and you see no one usually until it's too late to react. I'm not specifically anxious about anyone, I'm just anxious about my race.

"I'm going to go out there and put out a total new image to who I am and what I believe in, and my gifts and my talents".

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