The World Track and Field Championships are on, is anyone watching. Already Tyson Gay pulled off a super win in the mens 100, relegating arch rival and World record holder Asafa Powell to bronze; while in the womens 100metres American Lauryn Williams missed out in a valiant attempt to defend her 100 metre title, losing a photo finish to one of the Worlds leading sprinters, Olympic 200 metre Champion Veronica Campbell. Gay looks to be a clear favorite to win the 200, where he came into the Worlds as a much more firm favorite then the 100 (mainly because of Powell being so close coming in, in most peoples estimation). Williams though wont be in the 200. Dibaba and Bekele as expected cruised to 10, 000 golds, further solidifying themselves as all-time greats of distance running at a young age as they pile onto their burgeoning medal hauls. Both will be later attemping to win double gold by taking the 5, 000 as well. Carolina Kluft not only won her 3rd straight World title in the womens Heptathalon, she did so by posting 7032 points, the most of any women in history outside of Jackie Joyner Kersee.