If you think Kirani James Gold medal was a fluke at the 2011 World Championships in Daegu, think again.
The big meets after Worlds are usually Zurich and Rieti for the 800 meters.
That is, if you aren’t emotionally drained from all the rounds and pressures of a championship meet.
At Zurich, James proves his WC win was no fluke, and with a World Leading time of 44.36, things will be VERY interesting next year at the 2012 Olympics. Add a healthy Jeremy Wariner to the mix, as well as a more experienced Jermaine Gonzales, and we’re going to have one GREAT race.
Here is the video on YouTube.