The Jamaican Usaint Bolt returns to action for tomorrow the 200 meters of the mythical Bislett Games Oslo, just a week after having lost in Rome in the hectometer against American Justin Gatlin. Bolt recalled in the Norwegian capital to other seasons, as in 2008, already lost any race, and then managed the Olympic hat-trick with three world records. Therefore, not concern for the coming world of Moscow, their real goal of the course. It will face in the dual hectometer with one of the idols of the time of Norwegian athletics, Jaysuma Saidy Ndure, who strive to give the surprise together with Dutch Churandy Martina, European champion in the distance.
The Russian Anna Chicherova, world and Olympic high jump champion, wants to claim his condition before the previous Queen of the contest, Croatia’s Blanka Vlasic, who has returned to the circuit with illusions and renewed forces. At his side, will be the Spanish Ruth Beitia, reigning European champion, among a roster of first level.
David Bustos, bronze in the 1,500 in Helsinki’12, will face in the mile with much of the African elite, a tough test for the Balearic Islands, while the discus thrower Frank Casanas continue with their duel at the distance with Mario Pestano, who snatched the first place in the national ranking in Rabat with 65,79.
An already illustrious veteran as Meseret Defar is reunited with one of his favorite stadiums. The Ethiopian is one of the most decorated athletes in history with three Olympic medals (two gold), four world-wide (one gold), six worlds indoor (four WINS) and several world records from 5,000 to 3,000. One of them just broke it in Oslo on June 15, 2007.
Tomorrow will be measured to other great specialists as his compatriot Genzebe Dibaba, sister of Tirunesh, or the kenianas, among the missing by Vivian Cheruiyot.
Another vibrant duel occurs in the triple jump between the Colombian Caterine Ibarguen and the Ukrainian Olha Saladukha, which leads the world ranking of the year with just two centimeters more than the South American; and in pole the Brazilian Fabiana Murer wants to assert its condition of athlete with the best mark of the course between the registered, with 4.73 meters.