Rio de Janeiro — He's feeling good. And that's never good
for his competition.
The heats for Usain Bolt's favorite race — the 200 meters —
are beginning Tuesday at the Rio Olympics and the Jamaican sprinter is
"I'm always confident going into the 200 meters,"
said Bolt, who surged past Justin Gatlin to win the 100 meters on Sunday, his
seventh Olympic gold.
Also read: Bolt, "the main man" touches down in Rio
Also Tuesday, American Christian Taylor will try to defend
his triple jump title, while Jamaica's Omar McLeod and American Devon Allen,
the University of Oregon football/track standout, are among those seeking gold in
the men's 110-meter hurdles.
Medals also will be awarded in the women's discus, the
women's 1500 meters and the men's high jump.
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