Athletics: Fab Friday beckons with the Felix, Farah and Bolt show
MOSCOW (REUTERS) - Usain Bolt starts his quest for a second world track gold in Moscow but American sprinting great Allyson Felix looks set to steal the limelight as she goes for a fourth world 200m title on Friday.
Briton Mo Farah should also rubber-stamp his status as one of the all-time distance running greats - and repeat his Olympic feat from London - by adding a 5,000m gold to the 10,000 title he won on the first day of the championships.
The graceful-striding Felix won three Olympic golds in London last year at 200 and in the 4x100- and 4x400-metre relays, and is firmly on course to become the athlete to win most individual world championship golds.
Felix, Carl Lewis and Michael Johnson have all won eight.