The athletes are preparing to stomp every void for the distinctive prize at the Compeed Golden Gala in Rome on 26 May-third stop of the Samsung Diamond League. The early season’s stiffest test will be there for the 21-year-old Frenchman and a triple European
Champion, Christophe Lemaitre, as he will be in a fierce competition against the World’s best, precisely, World record holder Usain Bolt and Asafa Powell. The Frenchman colliding as a sheer and instinctive competitor against two of the fastest men in history
of the sporting entertainment will produce immense action on the amount of intensity and charisma of the athletes.
Lemaitre competed at the apex and dominated the 100m and the 200m category at the event of the European Championships in Barcelona, Spain last summer, contrary, he banked Gold in the 4x100m Relay. Standing par distinction, Lemaitre is the only European to
achieve the feat in the history of the Continental championships.
The agile French athlete got in conjunction with the 100m sub-10 shortly after his 20th birthday last July at the French Championships, with astounding scores he clocked a national record at 9.98. Marvellous performances and admirations from all
over the globe propelled the athlete to produce some moiré action packed performances, as he managed to lower his record to 9.97 in the finals at the Rieti IAAF World Challenge meeting in late August.
Modifying his profile with a high aptitude, Lemaitre wrapped up the season with a 100m victory at the IAAF / VTB Bank Continental Cup in Split, Croatia.
The highlights of the event will also contain enigmatic action as the 200m/ 400m double sprint categories will produce paragon competition amongst the World’s renowned. The US sprint reigning World champions Sanya Richards and Allyson Felix will go head-to-head
for the ultimate glory.
The World record holder in the 800m category as well as the 2010 athlete of the year, a prime athlete of modern day era, David Rudisha will be there to compete in his speciality. Attributing his marvellous performances status, the athlete accredited a World-leading
1:43.88 at the event of the opening leg of 2011 IAAF World Challenge at Melbourne, Australia.